The Sustainability Frontiers team are currently involved in developing a local partnership with In My Backyard (IMBY), the East Devon network and community of producers and customers committed to locally produced, ethical, organic, small scale and sustainable food production. Discussions are continuing towards the launch of a community education project exploring the efficacy and impact of diverse non-formal education approaches and their potential for creating new dynamics, new patterns of engagement and new structures involving the local community in a viable, resilient, community-centered food system. For IMBY click here. Details of this exciting initiative to follow soon.
Since 2016 has enjoyed a fruitful working partnership with the Centre for Human Rights and Citizenship Education (CHRCE), Dublin City University, Republic of Ireland. The two organisations have particularly worked together in the areas of climate change education and climate justice education. Fumiyo Kagawa and David Selby of Sustainability Frontiers have become Associates of CHRCE while four CHRCE staff members have joined Sustainability Frontiers as Associate Members. The SF consultancy in St. Vincent & the Grenadines (click here for details) was an SF/CHRCE partnership project. For the CHRCE website, click here. For details of CHRCE-attached Associate Members of Sustainability Frontiers click here.