CHERISH Final Conference
The final conference of the CHERISH project was the multiplier event held on 20th September 2022 at the “ISIS C. Darwin”, one of the largest hotel school in Rome.
The event opened with a welcome addressed by the head of the school M. Proietti, who thanked the participants for their participation and underlined how the theme of the CHERISH project is crucial for the educational path offered by the school she manages.
P. Ragni (ISB-CNR) then illustrated the reasons which led to the conception of the project and briefly outlined its operational characteristics starting from the partnership, which saw 6 organizations from 5 different UE Countries (BG, ES, FR, GR, IT), working together on a common theme.
A. Civica, General Secretary of UIL Rome and Lazio, presented the activities promoted by the trade union in the workplace, with the aim of corresponding to the indications of Agenda 2030 and also to reduce the number of fatal injuries down to zero; he also reported of the impacts made in the Lazio region.
G. Tamburelli (ISGI-CNR), expert in environmental law at a national level, gave the example of environmental parks and protected areas as tools to guarantee the protection of the environmental habitat and significant entrepreneurs related to sustainable development.
P. Ciccioli (ISB-CNR) presented the numerous products created within the project, already offered free of charge on the website www.cherish2020.eu and on the CHERISH platform. He thanked the partners for the excellent work shared and suggested to the present teachers and students to use the products of the project and in particular the training modules.
The last speech was that of V. Bobbio, NEXT Secretary General, Coordinator of the ASviS “Goal 12” Working Group of Agenda 2030, who illustrated the importance of responsibility in organizing industrial products, but also in conducting individual choices in the field of consumption.
At the event were present around 100 participants, mostly from the VET system; at the end of the interventions an interesting debate was held during which the maturity of the questions and the requests of more information by the students were highly appreciated.