Carte d'identité du projet

  • GOAL : TEACH HIGH-SCHOOL PUPILS FROM DEPRIVED AREAS ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL CHALLENGES OF TOMORROW
  • COUNTRY : France (Europe)
  • DATE : Since 2014
  • COMMITMENT : Social inclusion of children and young people through education

15,000th attendee in late 2017


70% of attendees come from educational priority areas





The project


UNESCO in Paris invites young people from educational priority areas (ZEPs) to attend conferences on major social issues. With themes ranging from children's rights and gender equality to the environment, almost 50 conferences have been held since the Campuses began, led by 100 experts (scientists, journalists, UNESCO experts) and champions of young people, including Yannick Noah, Lambert Wilson and Christine Kelly.


Role of the ENGIE Foundation


The Foundation is a founding sponsor of the UNESCO Open Campuses.



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