Baltic Environment Moot Court (BEMC)
Time: 2021 - 2022
The project, funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers, involves students from Norway, Finland, Estonia and Russia. The aim of the project is to develop young people's environmental awareness and civic attitudes, as well presentation skills. During the project, the participants comprehensively analyze one environmental problem. The results of its analysis will be presented at a project team meeting in Finland in May 2022.
Sustainable Development (SDG) Web Olympiad for Georgian Social Studies
Time: 2021 - 2022
The aim of the project is to increase the competence of 2,400 high school students in the field of UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) by implementing the Jaan Tõnisson Institute and the Georgian Citizens 'Teachers' Forum (CETF) and to introduce e-learning modules and develop a digital Olympiad in sustainable development in Georgian schools. The planned main activities are a development workshop for educators, a training course for trainers, a nationwide digital school Olympiad, a summer school for award-winning participants, a study trip for Georgian teachers to Estonia.
The project is financed by Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the funds of development cooperation and humanitarian aid.
Digital Transformation in Adult Learning for Active Citizenship
Time: 2019 - 2022
The Erasmus + three-year project DIGIT-AL deals with analyzing and adapting digital learning opportunities for active citizenship education for adults. The project is led by the Arbeitskreis deutscher Bildungstätten (AdB e.V.) and in addition to the Jaan Tõnisson Institute, partners from Latvia, Portugal and Bulgaria participate. Several seminars and other learning events will be organized during the project. As a result, written material on digital opportunities in active citizenship education for adults will be produced.