Young people, tea and the future of the world

What is Time For Tea?

Time for Tea is an educational activity which uses tea to give young people a voice. It encourages global learning, creative thinking and social action. It is a 3-stage process which gets children and young people thinking about important issues and sharing their solutions with the world. Time for Tea is simple, fun and open to everyone regardless of age, background or ability. Wherever you are in the world, it’s easy to get started

Support from Erasmus +

The latest phase of Time for Tea has been developed through a partnership between Regional Volunteer Centre (Poland), Associazione Joint (Italy), Biderbost, Boscán & Rochin (Spain) and Momentum World (UK), under a strategic partnership co-funded by the EU Erasmus+ programme, Key Action 2. We have now reached the end of this exciting project and we are looking forward to the next phase, taking Time for Tea around the world.

The outputs from our KA2 project are now complete. These include handbooks and policy guidelines for teachers and youth workers, a children’s story book, 360 films and a Virtual Teahouse space. Details of all the outputs can be found on our Erasmus+ page.

Teachers all over the world are using Time For Tea to educate, engage and empower children and young people. Watch this simple introduction:-

Why should you support Time For Tea? Andrew Hadley, Director of CILL, explains (Presentation to the Royal Society of Arts):-


Storybook Mailout to UK Primary Schools

This week we have set to work on sending out the Time for Tea storybook to primary schools in the UK. Colourful and with an engaging narrative it is intended...

Time 4 Tea, Romania – Latest news!

Members of the Time 4 Tea Club in Romania, together with the professors Irina Sinca and Corina Matei, invited representatives of the town hall for a...

More great work in Zimbabwe

Stanely has reached more young people in Zimbabwe! The Cavandish Junior School in Mabvuku held a Time for Tea session which enabled the students and teachers...


Armenia – War, Corruption, Terrorism

Armenia made three presentations based around war, corruption and terrorism. The films were made by the students - well done to Armenia for this project! What...

Ukraine – Children in Care

This is a short report about an amazing project in Lviv, Ukraine In the middle of February Time for Tea happened in Lviv, Ukraine! hurray! 🙂 9 teens who were...

Romania – Local Transport/Outdated School Resources

The Technical College Buzau - “TIME FOR TEA” project. We presented the project to our guests and we had some presentations from our students. Student Rotaru...

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