In 2021, IFHE has been accepted to join a research consortium exploring food literacy education across geographic locations. Funded by the Canadian Research Council, the project will bring together qualified scholars and practitioners to develop teaching and learning materials for food literacy education.
As associated partner, IFHE participates in a project exploring new dimensions in Education for Sustainable Development (2020-2023). The EC-funded multi-partner effort emphasizes interdisciplinarity, interculturality and inter-religiousness in education and will produce tools for vocational education.
2016-2019, IFHE co-designed an innovative teacher training for professionals in households and guest-orientated businesses to introduce sustainable practices and support knowledge-transfer through digital learning modules. A curriculum and learning tools were developed together with six partner organisations.
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