Global Action Days
Global Action Days: is a week-long event, showcasing the amazing work carried out by our FEE members.
During this week (to be announced in the Autumn of 2019) FEE Head Office will spend time each day sharing and promoting all your positive actions you have organised, promoted and participated in on our social media platforms. Working to raise awareness of our members and the work that you do.
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Anyone is welcome to participate: students, parents, communities and NGOs, both inside and outside the FEE network, are all invited to join in this event.
To participate simply register online, plan your action, document it by taking pictures, making a video, or writing an article, join FEE’s Facebook Global Action Days group, share your action and inspire the rest of the world!
Registration is mandatory and you can do so here. Please share this link through your network.
A message from our President, Lesley Jones
“We’re delighted to be celebrating Global Actions Days and raising awareness of the positive action that is taking place around the world to create a more sustainable society.
We’re proud to work with members in 77 countries – reaching out across the globe to thousands of businesses and organisations, as well as millions of students. The commitment and innovation of those involved in FEE programmes can’t be underestimated and deserves to be showcased on the global stage.
Hundreds of stories have already been shared – from students in Turkey using insects to protect forests, to a Latvian holiday park making the switch locally sourced energy. I’d encourage everyone to make the most of this opportunity and take part in Global Action Days; promote positive action, share learning with international partners and help inspire the rest of the world.
Finally, on behalf of FEE, I’d like to thank our members, partners and programme participants. Thank you for everything that you do to bring about positive change. By working together, we can ensure a sustainable world for us, our children and future generations.”