Coinvolgere i bambini, educare le nuove generazioni.


Fondazione BCFN per i bambini

The Barilla Foundation for new generations

The Barilla Foundation is committed to building a new food and environmental sustainability, paying particular attention to education and the active role of young generations. This means opening a dialogue with children and young people, contributing to food education which pays closer attention to health and the environmental impact of eating habits. Within this view, teachers play a critical role, and the Barilla Foundation supports their work with the 'We, food, our Planet' program.

Part of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry for Education, 'We, our food, our planet' is an educational project designed to provide incentives for innovative ways of teaching. It offers online training for teacher on the themes of food and food sustainability and digital tools for class work. The project, which also comes with practical lab activities for more dynamic learning, and is designed for three different age groups to better prepare tomorrow's global citizens, was launched on 30 May in Rome with workshops for teachers and students.

Parma 2020: Feeding a sustainable future

Parma 2020: Feeding a sustainable future

In preparation for Parma 2020 - Italy’s Capital of Culture, the educational program “We, Food, our Planet” adds a new interactive initiative dedicated to teachers and students. The objective is to inform about good practices in relation to food and the environment, in order to set the foundations to build together a more sustainable future for the Planet and its inhabitants.

The project will include experiences and workshops, to stimulate and get everyone involved, increasing awareness about the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations and turning them into guidelines everybody can follow during their daily activities.

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