After a well-deserved rest due to the winter season and to Coronavirus, the exposition is back again this summer to raise awareness on access to education and its obstacles. Many kids have not been able to go to school anymore due to the COVID-19 virus. No more lessons and no more playing with friends in the schoolyard. Around here, many kids started to realize how important school is and how school is not only a place for learning but also one for socializing. Many parents probably appreciate the teachers’ work now more than they ever did. The exposition comes at a good time, because it reminds us that absence from school and education is not something sporadic, but is an ongoing problem in many countries (...)
By being deprived of school, many kids are consequently deprived of a better future, especially when these kids live in rural parts and/or have special needs. CSI’s task is to go against this by supporting partner organizations that work for the most vulnerable and marginalized families. CSI’s work also consists in raising awareness among the families, teachers and the broader population about the obstacles to education.
Come and (re)discover our 63 figures in the Parc Merveilleux in Bettembourg from July 1st! It will be the last time you will be able to see them all together. Don’t miss it!