Ado (14-17 ans)
Intervenant·es et corps enseignant
Jeunes (17 ans +)
Organisation de coopération internationale
Organisme et mouvement
Justice environnementale
Justice sociale et économique
Pouvoir et participation citoyenne
Leviers d'action
Agir ensemble
Engager, influencer, former
Impact et gestion de projet
Participation civique et politique
S'orienter et agir


  • Eco-citizenship: Reclaiming Control Over Our World

    As a teacher, you want to act in the face of current crises (health, social, climatic, economic...), and you are looking for ways to address these issues with your students? The workshop Reclaiming Control over Our World offers food for thought and action to enable young people to better situate themselves in the face of these challenges, and to devise their own solutions.

  • Trade: Commercial Crisis or Food Crisis?

    One billion people would suffer from hunger and yet we apparently have enough ressources to feed the entire planet. How can this be explained? From colonization to the present, the workshop addresses the patterns of trade and commerce through the following themes: industrial revolution, green revolution, international institutions, food speculation, land grabbing, dumping, intellectual property, GMOs, corporate social responsibility, deteriorating terms of trade, and poverty reduction strategy programs.

  • A Debt Paid How Many Times?

    Social diagnosis of globalization and of the impact of governments, institutions and our lifestyles on the so-called "Third World". The workshop explores the origins of the Global South's debt, of poverty and global inequality. It allows its participants to travel from the time of colonization to the creation of international financial institutions, including the Cold War and structural adjustment programs. The workshop provides an overview of the various factors that have contributed to the accumulation of debt while outlining their social and economic consequences, as well as possible solutions.

  • Results-Based Management (RBM 101)

    This workshop ohelps participants understand its core principles, its primary tools and their application. It offers the opportunity to test, experiment and apply key strategies through hands-on exercises throughout the sessions.

  • Overconsumption: Impacts and Solutions

    This workshop explains our economic system in a simple and organized way. It introduces the concept of overconsumption/overproduction by highlighting its destructive social, economic and environmental implications. It examines the factors that encourage overconsumption and proposes micro and macro solutions to counter the phenomenon.
  • The Priviledge Walk

    Exploration of the power dynamics that shape our social identities to better appreciate their impact on our social perceptions.
  • A Debt Paid How Many Times? (role-playing games)

    The debt workshop allows participants to experience the injustices of colonization, such as the expropriation of resources.
  • Fair Trade (role-playing games)

    This workshop allows participants to better understand the consequences of social injustices related to the international trade of agricultural products from the so-called "Third World" countries.
  • The Problem Tree

    Introduction, through practical exercises, of the visual and participative analysis method of the problem tree. It can be used as a starting point for a project, as a problem-solving or diagnostic tool, or as a means to develop a common understanding of an issue.
  • Structural Poverty

    Reflection on the causes of poverty and ont the underlying injustices. The workshop allows participants to demystify and relativize the notion of poverty and to be made more conscious of the different forms it takes.