Journée internationale de l'éducation 2024 « Apprendre pour une paix durable » Ce que l'on peut transmettre à nos enfants

International Day of Education 2024 “Learning for lasting peace” What we can pass on to our children

International Day of Education 2024 “Learning for lasting peace” What we can pass on to our children

International Education Day is celebrated every year on January 24. In 2024, the theme of this day is “Learning for lasting peace”. This day highlights the importance of education in building a peaceful and sustainable world.

Education plays a crucial role in the development of individuals and societies. It allows you to acquire knowledge, skills and values ​​which are essential for living in harmony with others and with nature. Education allows us to understand global issues such as climate change, poverty, conflicts and to act responsibly to resolve them.

Values ​​to pass on to our children

On this International Day of Education, it is essential to think about what we can pass on to our children to build a better future. Here are some core values ​​we can teach them:

  • Tolerance: Learn to respect differences and live in harmony with others, whatever their origin, culture or religion.
  • Empathy: Develop the ability to put yourself in other people's shoes, understand their emotions and show compassion.
  • Respect for the environment: Raise children's awareness of the importance of protecting the planet, preserving biodiversity and adopting a sustainable lifestyle.
  • Responsibility: Learn to take responsibility for your actions, make thoughtful decisions and contribute positively to society.

By transmitting these values ​​to our children, we help them to become conscious, engaged citizens of the world capable of contributing to building lasting peace.

International Day of Education 2024 is an opportunity to remember that education is a fundamental right for all individuals, regardless of their age, gender or origin. Investing in education is essential to building a better future for present and future generations.

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