Project Deel, which has been developed by students at the Istituto tecnico Ernesto Balducci di Pontassieve (Province of Florence) will participate in the Global Junior Challenge 2017 in the Youth Access to the Working World Category.

How is a school project born? The idea for Majo's Portrait Gallery, a project that will participate in the 8th edition of the Global Junior Challenge, was conceived after a trip to London with Giovanna Tanzillo, Professor of English Language and Culture at the Liceo Majorana in Latina.

Even primary schools can be protagonists at the Global Junior Challenge!, a project registered for the eighth edition of the Global Junior Challenge, is a web platform and virtual space that simplifies access to information on humanitarian projects. It is a search engine with filters and tags that allows users to learn about non-profit organisations and gather information on social projects

Amongst the projects participating in the 8th edition of the Global Junior Challenge, there is also a project dedicated to nutrition education, developed by LAV, an Italian organization that for over forty years has defended animals.

A look at the Global Junior Challenge Projects.

Projects will be judged by teachers and administrators of Italian and international schools.

The Global Junior Challenge is an international competition that rewards the use of new technology for 21st century education. Promoted by the City of Rome, the GJC is organized every two years by the Fondazione Mondo Digitale.

One of the novelties of the 8th edition of the Global Junior Challenge is a special award dedicated to Tullio De Mauro. Here’s how to participate:

An international competition that promotes and shares the best educational solutions from around the world against educational poverty. Introducing the special Tullio De Mauro Award. Registration deadline: July 31, 2017.