Over the course of more than 8 hours, about 1,000 students, parents and visitors participated in Walk The Global Walk March

Only three more weeks until our students take to Kelvingrove Park for WtGW Scotland!

Karkashialikkin (a Cypriot word for hustle, bustle, rumpus, hullabaloo) with a point, means a need to actively participate in decision making at the local level, to make our cities dynamic and vibrant by thinking sustainably and democratically!

The students selected as ODS leaders were invited to participate in the Action Planning Workshop, as well as all their teachers from the 9 schools which are taking part on the project and 7 executives from the Camara Municipal de VFX.

The second coordination meeting of the Walk the (Global) Walk Project took place from 1st and 2nd of April in Caen, Normandy, France.

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