Global Junior Challenge: il progetto del Fermi di Roma nella categoria fino a 29 anni.

Intervista al docente Roberto Ianigro per il progetto Double Desk Trib[ut]e.

#GJC2021, due ragazze e una prof. vincono nella categoria "inserimento nel lavoro".

La cerimonia di premiazione in Campidoglio. Il messaggio del nobel Parisi.

Global Junior Challenge, Luca Scalzullo vince il premio Tullio De Mauro.

10th edition 15th – 17nd December 2021



Returns the "Global Junior Challenge (GJC) Tullio De Mauro Award for the School that Innovates and Includes" from 15th to 17nd December 2021 in Rome.

Historically promoted by Roma Capitale and organized every two years by Fondazione Mondo Digitale, the contest is dedicated since 2017 to the memory of Tullio de Mauro (Torre Annunziata 1932 - Rome 2017), linguist, professor emeritus and expert of educational systems at international level.

Focus of the 2021’s edition, promoted in collaboration with Erickson, publishing house and study center, is the use of modern technologies in an innovative and inclusive way, to provide an innovative and quality education during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Challenge is addressed to all those entities that have implemented a project using modern technologies in an innovative way, to “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all” (Goal n°4 of Agenda 2030).

The final event will take place from 15th to 17nd December 2021 . A large exibition hall will be set up for the finalist projects, with conferences, workshops, activities for students and teachers. The awards cerimony will be held on 17nd December 2021 at the prestigious Giulio Cesare Hall in Campidoglio (tbc).


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