Finally, real encounters again! For the Network Climate project, students from six countries will come to Thailand from July 30th to August 6th, 2022, to work on concrete solutions for environmental problems in their country.
"Royal Thai Navy Third Fleet Turtle Nursery" (PASCH Youth Camp in Khao Lak in November 2020)
Network Climate is a youth encounter project on the topic of sustainability. From July 30th to August 6th, 2022, 24 young people from six countries will meet to develop ideas that can solve very specific environmental problems in their city or school. Before and after the meeting, we will see each other digitally and track how your projects have progressed. Since we will be speaking mostly German, this camp will allow you to both strengthen your language skills and learn something about sustainability as well as apply the knowledge in a very practical way.
The year 2020 has changed the world, and 2021 and 2022 will still be dominated by the pandemic. The world of experience for young people has in fact shrunk, because although digitization has increased enormously, everything takes place only from home. Real encounters, so important in the adolescent phase of life, are often only possible to a limited extent. With this physical meeting format, we want to set a counterpoint and finally bring you together again in one place.
Thailand is looking forward to you!
Our team is just as excited as you are to put aside their laptops for a week to put their feet in the sand and their hands in the soil with you and develop ideas for protecting the environment. Each of your teams will be accompanied in their project work by a PASCH alumni. They are involved in the worldwide network of PASCH schools and will support you with words and deeds. Do you have questions about the organization? The team of the Goethe-Institut is of course there for you!
All participants participated in a video competition. In a three-minute film, they addressed an environmental problem at their school, city or country in German and outlined an approach to the problem solving. A jury selected four students per country from all the entries.
Since our language of communication for this international project is German, a good knowledge of German (A2+) is required. If possible, these are to be proven by an examination, Fit in Deutsch 1. If exams could not be conducted, an individual inquiry is possible.
You will be accompanied by a teacher. In addition, the alumni of the PASCH network will support you with questions and problems. And of course the team of the Goethe-Institut Thailand is there for you!