Spot the 17! Brussels

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In the frame of the Make Europe Sustainable for All project, we have developed a scavenger hunt in order to engage citizens of all ages and conditions. It is an enjoyable way to get more familiarized with the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals while discovering Brussels. The scavenger hunt Spot the 17! Brussels contains 17 steps that the participants need to fulfill in order to get a delicious price. The steps also try to make participants think about what their contribution to a Sustainable Europe could be and hopefully to encourage them to follow a more sustainable lifestyle.
Why a treasure hunt?
? Numerous pieces of research and bibliography support Scavenger Hunts as an effective tool for education and mobilisation
? It is fun, participatory and an adaptable learning tool!
? It can be organised with a low or high budget, depending on the features we want to highlight
? It can involve fewer or many people
? It can be physical or online
? It can perfectly fit the SDGs framework: 17 Goals match with 17 steps/ challenges!

Participants can start anywhere around downtown Brussels. The hunt requires them to walk around 10 Km and it can last up to 3 hours. In order to play participants need first to register here ( so that we can send them some documents they will need for the hunt. Then, participants will need to download the app and scan the QR code that we will send to them by email together with the needed documents.

The Make Europe Sustainable for All is a 3-year cross-sectoral project run by 25 partners from across Europe. Its aim is to promote ambitious implementation of the world’s crisis plan – the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – by and in the EU. The project aims to strengthen civil society networks working on SDG implementation across the EU and to highlight to the public and political leaders at the local, national, and European level that SDG implementation is crucial for an inclusive, sustainable and resilient future for all people and planet.
This project is funded by the European Commission’s Development Education and Awareness Raising (DEAR) programme. Find out more:

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