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Introducing the “Circularity Day” Campaign by SCE-VET Project

In the ongoing quest for a more sustainable future, the SCE-VET project has taken a proactive step to raise awareness across multiple sectors. Recognising the key role of Vocational Education and Training (VET), entrepreneurship and various stakeholders, the project has launched the innovative ‘Circularity Day’ campaign.

At its core, “Circularity Day” aims to promote a deeper understanding of the transition to a sustainable and green economic model. Through collaborative efforts, the project partnership has developed a comprehensive methodology to guide different stakeholders in organising campaign events under the banner of “Circularity Day”.

The methodology consists of three main phases:

  • Preparation phase: Provides organisers with materials and resources to plan and prepare the event effectively. This phase ensures that all stakeholders are well informed and aligned with the objectives of “Circularity Day”.
  • Event phase: Provides a wide range of activities and initiatives that can be implemented during the event. Whether delivered in person, online or in a hybrid format, these activities aim to engage participants and provide valuable insights into environmental, social and innovation issues.
  • Evaluation phase: Facilitates the assessment and evaluation of the impact and effectiveness of the event. This phase allows organisers to gather feedback, analyse results and identify areas for improvement, ensuring continuous refinement of future Circularity Day events.

Flexibility is at the heart of “Circularity Day”, allowing for different formats and delivery methods. Whether organisers choose face-to-face, virtual or a hybrid, the initiative promises to deliver relevant and timely information on social circularity practices.

“Circularity Day” brings together educators, students, entrepreneurs and stakeholders to empower communities to embrace sustainable practices and drive positive change towards a greener future.

All necessary materials and resources are free available through the project website at

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