Institute for Sustainable Education and DEvelopment
Institute for Sustainable Education and Development (ISEDE) is a non-profit organization and an interdisciplinary platform that aim to improve learning and reorientation to enhance capacity development, transferable skills and knowledge sharing for sustainable development.
To promote equal learning
This methodology will enable the global community particularly practitioners of non-formal learning to comprehend the relativity of those suffering social exclusion either directly or indirectly to understand its causes, how it negatively affects the socioeconomic environment and why we need to mitigate such gaps with today’s solution to contribute to the health, wealth and future productivity of citizens
Our Programme and Approach
Addressing the human rights concern of children, women, elderly, impaired, vulnerable and refugees.
- Creating awareness of environment protection and energy efficiency
- Encouraging good governance and citizen participation
- Addressing the human rights concern of children, women, elderly, impaired, vulnerable and refugees.
- Strengthening regional cooperation.
- Understanding of how cultural differences shape individual perceptions communication processes and courses of action.
- Basic competences in intercultural communication.
- An understanding of possible emotional dynamics during stays abroad and the ability to better cope with emerging issues.
Our objective is to provide pedagogy to inculcate in our target audience, or practitioners to learn, engage and support their beneficiaries to achieve formalised competencies supported by project-based learning, contextual learning, and outdoor education methods.
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The happiest people are not those getting more, but those giving more
We are creating solutions that will become a norm as well as further optimize the core target to be achieved with goal 4 of the Sustainable Development Goals. Our experiences are cross-cutting as we have in our midst accomplished interdisciplinary experts on good governance.
Trainers and sector-based teachers on the topic of vocational education, regional cooperation experts, youth advocate, social entrepreneurs and knowledge-based experts on intercultural intelligence.
Promoting cross-boundary life learning opportunities
We also intend to enable further discussion on the use of non-formal education in a multicultural environment such as Europe to contribute to the reduction of social exclusion to reduce the prevalence rate of poverty.
Promoting cross-boundary life learning opportunities on projects such as financial literacy education can directly provide tailored skills and knowledge that will shape the economic behaviour of an individual in the social and labour market environment.
ISEDE intends to adapt the Frame of Reference methodology as the analytical tool to our teaching, project design, implementation and project reporting – reframing old methods accordingly.
Methodology that will enable the European Union and practitioners of non-formal learning to comprehend the relativity of those suffering social exclusion either directly or indirectly to understand its causes, how it negatively affects the socioeconomic environment, why we need to mitigate such gaps with today’s solution.