First Lady of Paraguay participated in the third session of the World Youth Cyber ​​Meeting

First Lady of Paraguay Silvana López Moreira from the Subsistence of the Army, in Asunción (Photo: Office of the First Lady of Paraguay) Scholas Occurrentes, the international organization of pontifical…

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First Colombian Youth Cyber Meeting

More than 80 students from various cities in Colombia gathered at the First National Cyber Meeting on Coronavirus in that country Young people from Mexico and Paraguay also joined this…

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Teenagers from 60 cities across the world met to face COVID-19 together

Organized by Scholas Occurrentes and blessed by Pope Francis, more than 120 students from 60 cities around the globe gathered at the First World Youth Cyber Meeting on Coronavirus, to…

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COVID-19 and its impact on education

For the first time since this phenomenon began, 300 teachers from all over the world meet to analyze the effects that this pandemic is having on children and young people.…

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First Global Web Conference for University Professors and Researchers

The pontifical foundation Scholas Occurrentes launched a call to university professors and researchers around the world to reflect on the challenges facing global education in the face of the health…

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COVID-19: youth sadness decreased by 64.7%

On World Education Day and with most of the world’s youth unable to attend school, Scholas organized a new Cyber ​​Youth Encounter for Education for Hope. The President of Argentina, Alberto…

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Scholas, with the youth of Oaxaca through Art, Game and Thought

Scholas brought together more than 150 young people from Oaxaca to participate during these days in their Schools of Art, Game and Thought, as a continuation of the Scholas Citizenship…

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Scholas Occurrentes, for the Amazon

«Our body is our territory; our belly is our temple; our veins are our rivers». This is how Hamangai Pataxo – a young Brazilian student and spokesperson for an indigenous…

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