By showcasing effective and diverse ways to take care of oneself, others and the planet, the #LearningPlanet Festival invites everyone, everywhere to reflect on their most significant learnings and share what they want to learn next. On the International Day of Education (24 January), the annual #LearningPlanet Festival encourages people around the world to meet, join forces and launch meaningful projects for their communities.
For the #LP Festival 2021 edition, we are preparing:
Stay tuned! “The Festival aims at spreading a culture of hope and engagement by placing youth and learning at the heart of the SDG framework.”
The world celebrates the International Day of Education on 24 January, a day proclaimed by the UN General Assembly to honour education and its centrality to human well-being and sustainable development.
UNESCO, in partnership with CRI, hosted a conference at its headquarters on January 24, 2020 where 400 participants explored together the many ways learning can empower people, protect the planet, build shared prosperity and foster peace.
For the first edition of the #LEARNINGPLANET Festival, events were held globally, notably in Belgium, Democratic Republic of Congo, India, Quebec and Singapore.
Moreover, the UNESCO global network of Learning Cities – many of which have long been organising learning festivals throughout the year – also chose to synchronise the organisation of a series of celebrations on January 24, notably in Cameroon and Egypt, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland and UK as well as in the Philippines.
2020 launch edition of #LEARNINGPLANETFESTIVAL was set to inspire and collect toolkits* that will help launch multiple local festivals in 2021 and beyound. Below, you can explore existing toolkit or sugest yours.
Stay tuned! We shall share further information soon on the preparation of the 2021 edition. If you want to create your event on this occasion, you can reach out below:
They are supporting #LEARNINGPLANETFESTIVAL and celebrating International Day of Education.