Voice of the Oceans

EDUCATION

STAGES OF EDUCATIONAL JOURNEYS

  • Mapping of local scenarios on land, aligned with the Expedition’s stopping points.
  • Surveying schools, NGOs and local partners, to identify weaknesses and also offering some solutions: Voice of the Oceans Local Nuclei.
  • Creation of educational materials and gamification.
  • Training workshops: studies on oceans, waste and sustainability.
  • Disseminating the expedition’s news and actions on land on Voice of the Oceans Web Radio and TV  
  • Proposing for transversal and transdisciplinary inclusion of those same themes in the educational curricula

EDUCATIONAL JORNEYS OBJECTIVES

Generating impact and social transformation

The results will be measured through a final balance document, which will include:

  • The implementation and our educational actions level of impact, the inclusion of our subjects into a pedagogical projects politics and strengthening of local centers (formed by schools, NGOs and partners)
  • Advances review about the given solutions to early-mapped problems, best practices and post-journey sustainability.
EDUCATIONAL JORNEYS OBJECTIVES

TAX BENEFITS FOR COMPANIES

Companies that declare real profit can be engaged in the Education by the Oceans project. This will release donations as operating expenses up to a limit of 2% of their gross operating profit.

Our commitment to the environment

In all our actions, sustainable materials, reuse/upcycling and actions that generate the least amount of disposal will be prioritized.

TAX BENEFITS FOR COMPANIES

ABOUT OUR PARTNERS

It plans and facilitates socio-environmental projects, contributing to bondings and to other organizations reinforcement.

It acts as a Third Sector companies and brands action facilitator, providing consultancy for many different projects.

It provides growth for people, families and communities that are socially vulnerable.

 

The Supereco Institute is a Civil Society Organization of Public Interest (OSCIP), founded in 1994, with renowned activities in different fields of education, communication, conservation and sustainability.

It applies the “learning by doing” methodology to form groups of multipliers – managers, teachers, students, government leaders, partner NGOs, cooperatives, networks and local communities.