45 students from 11 countries joined in an on line hackthon to explore SDG 16 and draft 7 social media campaigns on SDG target

Hundreds of primary school pupils make their way through Europe and Africa to reach Lesotho by counting their daily steps

WALK THE GLOBAL WALK was attended by 350 students from 8 metropolitan city schools, youth leaders, teachers, artists and musicians

The aim of the competition is to increase the attention and stimulate the participation of students in two age groups about global challenges and to ensure equal social and human rights, decent living conditions for all, equal access to justice.

Walk the Global Walk has mobilized young Europeans since 2017 as actors in the development of a culture of peace and the promotion of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through education in human rights and civic values.


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