Their smoothies were rubbish!
We chat about the impact that social enterprises can have on young people; how the 'Global Goals' can be used by educators; and hear from young people campaigning for change in their schools. Plus we find out what the pupils of St. Michael's Primary did when noone bought their smoothies!
This episode features James Johnstone from Social Enterprise Academy Schools, Paul Bradley - Coordinator of the SDG Network Scotland, as well as pupils from Trinity High, St. Roch's Secondary and St. Stephen's High - schools from within the 13 local authorities that WOSDEC cover.
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About us and the show...
For Global Citizens inside and outside the classroom, our fortnightly show is aimed at anyone interested in where we're heading, what's going on in the world around us and what we can do to affect change.
You'll find more details, links and resources on the podcast pages of the WOSDEC website. Including a written resource to go with each and every episode that guides you through everything mentioned in the show.
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