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“A Maior Lição do Mundo”

19-09-2016 08:06

 

Evento -  "A Maior Lição do Mundo", terá lugar na semana de 19 de setembro 

 

A iniciativa tem como objetivo promover a compreensão dos Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável entre os alunos, tendo em consideração que são eles o veículo da mudança nas suas comunidades.~

A Maior Lição do Mundo visa apresentar os Objetivos Globais para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável, 2015-2030. No Agrupamento de Escolas da Bemposta A Maior Lição do Mundo decorrerá nas aulas de Geografia do 9º ano.

"The World's Largest Lesson was developed to introduce children around the world to the Sustainable Development Goals in a lively, engaging way. It was originally conceived by ProjectEveryone, an innovative initiative supported by the UN Secretary General that aimed to share the new Global Goals with 7 billion.

The first Lesson took place during the week of 28 September 2015. It succeeded in capturing the attention and inspiring the enthusiasm of millions of students in classrooms around the world. Participating schools received original learning materials about the Global Goals designed to be adapted by teachers to meet the ages and interests of their students. These materials, which already have been translated into 25 languages, include lesson plans, comic books about the Global Goals, and an animated film introduced by NobelPeace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, tennis champion Serena Williams, international football star Neymar Jr., acclaimed actor Hrithik Roshan and multi-platinum recording artist Nancy Ajram.

The new Global Goals present a universal development agenda that leaves no one behind. Children and adolescents are at the heart of this new agenda - and they can play a role in achieving it by helping hold their leaders accountable for the promises they have made. But to do that, they must first learn about why the Global Goals matter - in their own lives, communities and countries, and in the lives of other.

That is why your support of the World's Largest Lesson is so important.

 

 

Irina Bokova

Director-General UNESCO

 

Richard Curtis

UN SDG advocate, founder Project Everyone