IVE Supports Teach the Future – the first Climate Emergency Education Bill drafted by pupils

4th March 2020 - Susie Newton

The first legislation on curriculum written by pupils, just short of 50 students entered parliament on Wednesday to lobby for change to the curriculum to cover the climate emergency.

IVE are proud to support the Teach the Future campaign, which is the first legislation on curriculum written by pupils. Just short of 50 students entered parliament on Wednesday to lobby for change to the curriculum to cover the climate emergency. Read all about it on the Teach the Future website, here. 

IVE are inspiring the next generation of young leaders through a variety of creative programmes designed to develop the 21st century skills needed to navigate the future. Our Applied Creativity Labs (ACL) empower children and young people to address the climate crisis with the help of  experts in the field, and we think young people have the greatest stake and the greatest power to make great things happen.

You can read about our ACLs here, and if you want to get involved to sponsor, support or work with young people providing expertise, contact sarah@weareive.org.

Image Credit: SOS UK and Teach The Future

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