To promote sustainable tourism and a more sustainable lifestyle, Hostelling International Slovenia and JANUN Hannover e.V. have launched a new website as part of the “Travel Different for Future” project. We invite you to visit www.traveldifferent.org to see what this project could offer you.
The idea is to create educational workshops for young people on the topic of travel. With creative and interactive methods, we want to present young people between the ages of 13 and 18 with ways of travelling that are not harmful to the environment or unfair to the people working in tourism or the locals in tourist destinations.
The aim of the project is also to offer these methods to those who work with young people and equip them with appropriate FREE tools, so they can pass this information to younger generations. So, all teachers, youth workers and all those who work with young people out there, we invite you to follow us to use and support our ideas. You have an important role to play in this project.
Are you between 18 and 28 years old? Do you like to travel? Do you care about environmental protection and social justice? Then you can join us. You will gain competence in the field of non-formal education and education for sustainable development. You will learn how to work with young people and how to create international projects and seminars. You can participate free of charge in three international trainings. You will be part of an international team with interesting young people. This is your opportunity to join a project that helps to make the world a better place. Become a promoter for a different way of travelling. Read more about the project here and apply until the 17 April.
The website also comes with a blog, which is primarily intended for sharing information and the latest news in sustainable travel. Everyone who is interested in this type of content and would like to follow the development of the project is therefore invited to subscribe to regular monthly news. We will make sure that you are regularly informed about new trends in sustainable tourism and guidelines on how to travel in an environmentally friendly way.
Achim Riemann, Germany: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anja Žepič, Slovenia: email@example.com