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1st International Online Meeting of University Students – SCHOLAS CHAIRS & INTEREURISLAND

A meeting between students from all over the world, transcending territorial borders, culture, religion, race, age and academic training. The meeting began with a presentation by Hamangaí from the Pataxó-Hã-hã-hãe people, a student of veterinary medicine at the Universidade Federal do Reconcavo da Bahia (UFRB), a volunteer from Engajamundo and…...

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(Español) Quinta olimpiada de Matemática y Fútbol

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Virtual meeting: FutVal Experiences around the World

With the participation of 30 sports trainers from 11 countries, the First Virtual Meeting of Scholas Sports on FutVal Experiences around the World was held on November 4, which aimed to share the diversity of experiences of education in values ​​through football that have been carried out to date, as…...

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Scholas contributed to the UniSave International Seminar on the Global Education Pact

On November 4th the Maxixe Extension of the Universidade Save (Mozambique) held an International Seminar on the Global Education Pact convened by Pope Francisco and Scholas contributed with the participation of the Coordinator of the Mozambique office, Juan Fresno. In the first session of the seminar, Prof. Dr. Carlos Machili…...

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(Español) Jóvenes de Scholas en macroevento virtual sobre economía

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Getting out differently does not mean getting out better

The recent message of Pope Francis has generated surprise and revolution for researchers and teachers from public and private universities in 25 countries (Albania, Germany, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Belgium, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Spain, the United States, The Philippines, Haiti, Italy, Iraq, Israel, Luxembourg, Mozambique, Mexico, Nigeria,…...

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Teachers from around the world debate the educational pandemic

204 teachers from 70 cities around the world analyzed the current situation of education and its consequences for the future....

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