Mobilising activists is at the core of the Green movement in Europe. We understand that equipping them with the right knowledge and skills is crucial in an ever-changing world and complex political environment. The vision behind Green Learning is to combine different methods and learning styles, and to allow for meaningful conversations to take place across borders.
After building expertise with its first e-course Impact Europe, which attracted nearly 1,500 learners, the Green European Foundation will launch at the European Green Party Council Green Learning, a capacity-building website which brings together e-courses in multiple languages, webinars, training events and much more.
If you want to hear the story of a new tool that redefines how greens campaign, educate, counter hate speech or win, join our inspiring workshop.
Ioana Banach, Deputy Director, Green European Foundation
Ioana Banach works as Deputy Director at the Green European Foundation, which is the political foundation affiliated to but independent from the European Green Party and Green Group in the European Parliament. Ioana has worked for 8 years in non-profit and political organisations in Romania, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Belgium, specialising in education and capacity building programmes, as well as health policies. For the past 6 years, she has been engaged in developing online courses for training thousands of learners from over 40 countries.
Gio Megrelishvili, Web & Digital Media Officery, Green European Foundation
Gio Megrelishvili has been with the Green European Foundation over a year, previously handing the foundation’s external communications and currently assuming the role of a Web & Digital Media Officer. The main focus of Gio’s work is GEF’s e-Learning programme.
Before GEF, Gio has worked for the Federation of Young European Greens as Project Manager, responsible for implementing FYEG’s annual work programme.