Children's Land

A Children’s Land is a green or natural area granted to children and young people (CY), starting with ½ m² of land, where they raise life and biodiversity. They play, learn, and undertake, generating well-being for themselves, other people, and nature.

 

Children’s Lands empowers CY as change agents whereby knowledge, skills, and values are generated in them in favor of life and nature. These are implemented in homes, educational institutions, neighborhoods, and communities, in urban and rural areas, and in diverse ecosystems.

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How to apply the Children’s Land Methodology: Children’s Land for Children and Young People in homes, educational institutions, and communities through our online course.

The “Red Global TiNi” [Children’s Land Global Network] (RGT) is an initiative of the Association for Children and its Environment - ANIA, which aims to promote and strengthen the Earth methodology of girls, boys and young people - TiNi in educational institutions, homes, organizations and communities in all countries of the world.

As part of the strategy to promote TiNi in the world, ANIA accredits people who stand out for their values, knowledge and experience in the application of the methodology. Joaquin Leguía is the General Director of the RGT, Jackie Ryan is the Director of the RGT in Canada and Monica Reinoso is the Director of the RGT in Ecuador.

In 2012, UNESCO recognized the Children’s Land methodology as an educational good practice for sustainable development.

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