Covid-19 - What do members of UNESCO Associated Schools say?
9. marec 2020
UNESCO has announced 290 million students out of school who have to stay at home, as their schools are closed due to COVID-19. Given this major health crisis, which now affects the entire planet, we think of you, dear members of the UNESCO Associated schools.
"While temporary school closures as a result of health and other crises are not now unfortunately, the global scale and speed of the current educational disruption is unparalleled and, if prolonged, could threaten the right to education." said Audrey Azoulay, the UNESCO Director-General.
In such circumstances, UNESCO Associated Schools are facing this crisis, with all schools around the world that could be deprived of education because of COVID-19 and for this reason, we would like to invite our students, teachers, school principals and parents to testify and express their feelings and concerns about the situation.
Tell us about your journey
If your school is closed, we would like to know how you feel, how you miss the school and what you do with your time away from your classmates and colleagues. How do you get your education at home and how do you communicate with each other?
Show us your solidarity
If your school is not closed, what message would you like to share with your peers? We count on your compassion and support.
Get started, take your pencils or your cameras and feel free to share with us your story, testimony, message, photo or video.
We would really love to hear from you and let us move together with humility.