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 then communicating their ideas to people who make decisions. 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

Time For Tea is an initiative of Momentum World CIC

The project is being further developed through an Erasmus+ strategic partnership between Poland, Italy, Spain and the UK.

Corona Virus: Individual & Family Projects

Being stuck at home alone or with the kids is hard for all of us. So we’ve adapted the Time for Tea concept to give you a creative challenge, a chance to connect with the world, and have some fun.

FAMILY EDITION: work with your children or other family members to send a message to the world, wrapped up in the most creative virtual tea packet. Let your imagination run free! READ MORE

TEA TV (for individuals): make a cup of tea and share your thoughts on film. READ MORE

These Time for Tea activities are free, but if you would like to contribute to our work, any donation would be greatly appreciated.

Wherever you are in the world, you can use Time For Tea to educate, engage and empower young people. Watch this simple introduction:-

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


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Love from Armenia

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