• To explore and identify how Backpack Journalism (BPJ) can be used as a tool for promoting eco-innovation initiatives; and inspire participants to develop BPJ and eco-innovative projects in their organizations and their youth work.
  • To discuss and share how BPJ can increase employability of young people, even in rural or remote areas and communities,through developing skills such as media literacy, communication skills, responsibility, critical thinking, team work and sense of initiative.
  • To practice Project Based Learning focused on the performance of sustainable actions which directly contribute to the environmental and social welfare, and how these actions can contribute in the sustainability field of learning mobilities.
  • To develop partnerships between organizations which wish to develop BPJ projects in the future, as well as to develop and promote the use of eco-workshops on CO2 compensation, and food awareness along the ERASMUS+ program.

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