4th of June 2019: Bringing students together for the SDGs!
On the morning of the 4th of June, students involved in the programme 'Walk the (Global) Walk' will be walking for the SDGs and Peace in Caen, Normandy. This march, common to all European states involved, will be a vector of a strong symbolic message: the footsepts of thousands of young people across Europe are the number of steps required to travel around the Earth. The meaning behind this walk is that European high school students can accomplish great things together.
In Normandy, students will also take part in a treasure hunt around the sustainable infrastructures of the city. They will need to find QR codes and solve riddles in relation to the SDG 11 'Sustainbale cities and communities'. The aim of this activity is for students to discover what a city can do to work on the achievement of SDGs.
On the afternoon, students will be presenting the different projects they realised during the academic year to make their cities and communities more sustainable. Some students will present the project they have developped on the stage during the Normandy World Forum for Peace.
The aim of the 4th of June is to bring students together. They will be able to share what they have learnt and done so far to help achieve the SDGs.