Wow! We made it: The first Children’s Parliament on education in our school EVER!
First, we elected two presidents, one boy; one girl.
Then, we jumped right into it. We had a fantastic session on education in all its facets:
We shared our drawings and essays for Education and had very interesting discussions. e.g. on children’s drop-out of school, on the role of media in education and on different cultures of learning in class.
Our presidents even had a symbolic hammer, like they have in real parliaments!
Many thanks for this wonderful experience of democracy, education, arts – and joy!
We proudly dedicate our work to the Global Education Conference, the MILID movement (Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue), the Anna Lindh Foundation Forum, the Global Alliance on Partnerships for Media and Information Literacy (GAPMIL), the World Summit on Media for Children and Youth, the Global Campaign for Education, the Global Green Kids movement, the International Day of Peace network (e.g. Peace One Day), the post-2015 agenda and other actions of the United Nations (e.g. “World We Want”). In all these international networks, Radijojo is actively involved.