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When Technology Comes to School #3 (French)

Jan 19, 2022

Welcome to the Campus UNESCO session "When Technology Comes to School"

As part of the "Education and Technology" series of campuses, this session focuses on the role of schools in the Internet age, the differences between schools that have and do not have technology, the use of social media, and cyberbullying.

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    Mohamed Ibrahim Diagne

    National Project Officer KFIT II UNESCO, Dakar

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    Ndiaye Hassim

    Academic adviser, History and Geography teacher, Dakar, Senegal

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    Aroua Biri

    Entrepreneur and PhD in cybersecurity

Participating Schools

  • Cours Lumière High School (Lomé, Togo)
  • Association Parents D’Elèves (Tripoli, Libya)
  • Lycée Sergent Malamine Camara (Dakar, Senegal)
  • Le Collège Bilingue (Dakar, Senegal)
  • Lycée français Saint-Exupéry (Brazzaville, Congo)
  • Lycée Eugène Regnault (Tanger, Morocco)

UNESCO regularly organizes campuses to give young people aged 13-17 the chance to exchange views with experts from UNESCO and civil society. The topics discussed in each 90-minute session are linked to major UNESCO themes such as education, artificial intelligence, sustainable development, gender equality, sport, and citizenship.

Huawei has been partnering with UNESCO on the program since June 2021.

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