The #LearningPlanet Festival promotes a bottom-up approach: on International Day of Education, everyone, everywhere is invited to reflect on the most significant learnings to their lives and to share what they want to learn next.
The #LP Festival encourages the celebration of learning by individuals and families, by schools and universities, by NGOs and companies, by cities and territories, etc.
Online toolkits on how to organise a Festival (talks, workshops, etc.) will be co-designed by participants and proposed to learning communities.
The Festival also features a “#WhatIf?” online campaign to spread a culture of hope and empowerment.
By showcasing effective ways to take care of oneself, others and the planet, the annual #LearningPlanet Festival invites people around the world to meet, join forces and launch meaningful projects for their communities.
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, will host a conference at its headquarters on January 24, 2020 during which 400 participants will explore together the many ways learning can empower people, protect the planet, build shared prosperity and foster peace.
2020 launch edition of #LEARNINGPLANETFESTIVAL is 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.
They are supporting #LEARNINGPLANETFESTIVAL and celebrating International Day of Education.