Centre for Alternative Technology
CAT offers Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship for schools, youth groups, universities and the general public through:
• day and residential visits to our unique visitor centre
• courses for pupils and teachers
• outreach for schools and groups
CAT works a great deal in Wales but also right across Britain.
CAT has always presented a vision of sustainability that integrates issues of development, equity, climate change, energy futures, resource use and biodiversity.Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.cat.org.uk
Sazani is an international not-for-profit, research and development organisation. We specialise in community engagement through participatory research, and the development of integrated programmes for sustainable rural development in the UK and overseas and we are now accredited trainers for the Global Learning Programme – Wales
Our multi award winning organisation was established in 2005 by an interdisciplinary group of experienced practitioners (academics, consultants, project managers) from all over the world, dedicated to the use of participatory approaches for research, development and learning. Our associates operate in the fields of socio-economic development, natural resource management and education.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://sazani.org/
Small World Theatre
Small World Theatre has been producing performances and workshops focusing on a range of sustainable development and social issues since 1979. Our experience in Arts and Development overseas has shown us how important it is for the future that young people understand and act positively in their role as global citizens. Arts based methods provide an accessible route to understanding complex problems.
We have been commissioned by Oxfam, Save the Children, S.O.S Sahel, The Centre for Alternative Technology, the UN and others to create theatre and participatory arts projects on a range of issues.
We can deliver a range of participatory arts workshops for children, schools and community groupsEmail: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.smallworld.org.uk