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Lace for SDG is a Capacity Building project, co-funded by Erasmus + that aims to promote the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. The project is coordinated by the Bulgarian organisation, called Navigator. The other partner organisations come from Nepal, Thailand, India, France, Bulgaria, Italy and Spain. 

LACE for SDG’s aim is to involve young people in the field of the sustainable development goals and, at the same time, to build up a stronger cooperation between Europe and Asia. 


Awarded activity of the Innovation Competition carried out in Girona.


After the Millennium Development Goals -  established by the UN to be achieved until 2015 with the aim to reduce the inequality in the World, the United Nations presented “The Sustainable Development Goals” - SDGs. It is a more specific and concrete mission: all nations in the World have to work towards reaching peace, prosperity, cooperation, environment and people. 

Every country works for the achievement of these goals in different ways, but on the other hand, a lot of youngsters don’t know what SDG are and they don’t have the right tools to improve the awareness of this program in their own country. 

Sobre el proyecto

Given the context, the participating organisations promoted the active participation and training of young people so that they themselves could implement activities to promote the Sustainable Development Goals. To achieve this, a contest was launched in all 7 countries at the same time, in which young people had to submit proposals on activities that made the Sustainable Development Goals acknowledged by the local population. Amaya Pou and Victor Aguila were the winners who finally carried out the activities in the province of Girona.

Acciones del proyecto

  1. Kick off meeting. November 2017. Bologna (Italy). First coordination meeting where all project managers met each other and worked together on the actions to be developed during the project months.
  2. Innovation competition. January 2018. Barcelona and Girona (Spain). Mundus launched a contest where youngsters had to submit proposals of activities for the engagement of the local community. Through these activities, youngsters promoted SDGs.
  3. Training Course. April 2018. Pazardjik (Bulgaria). The course was aimed at the winners of each country who would later develop their local activities to promote and involve the local population in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
  4. Actividades locales. 2018. Girona (Spain). The winners of the innovation competition created their two local activities: one workshop about the use of native aromatic plants and “STEP4Actions”, a week-end workshop, with the aim to promote a sustainable lifestyle, in respect of the environment.
  5. Evaluation meeting. September 2019. Songhkla (Tailandia). In this meeting, the organizations evaluated the impact of each local activity and wrote the guide of the project.
  6. Guía del proyecto. Noviembre de 2018. It is a document where all the actions and activities carried out, are reported.

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