By Euro Weekly News Media • 13 June 2019 • 17:46
Image of the new Town Hall in Estepona.
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Students from across Spain will travel to Rome this November to present their projects for the ‘Design for Change Spain’ campaign.
From November 27-30, 100 students from 25 schools across Spain will make the trip to Rome to visit Pope Francis to show the Catholic Church leader their entries into the nationwide campaign.
The proposal is part of a global movement in more than 65 countries that give educators and teachers the training to encourage ‘design thinking’ to allow children to use their creative talents to push global changes.
So far over 1,650 teachers have developed over 700 individual projects to 28,400 students.
The road trip across to Rome is part of the ‘Caravan of Change’, bringing youngsters together to show off their projects at the Vatican.
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