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Raising awareness about solidarity and the specific issue of migration with pupils in Buis-les-Baronnies

For the third consecutive year, Groupe URD is taking part in International Solidarity Week in the Baronnies region from 15 to 19 May 2017. This year, the topic of migration will be discussed with the pupils at Buis-les-Baronnies primary school. The objective of the event is to help the children to understand this sensitive and topical issue by talking about the refugee crisis and deconstructing any prejudices and stereotypes that they may have.

For the third consecutive year, Groupe URD is taking part in International Solidarity Week in the Baronnies region. The event will run from 15 to 19 May 2017, with numerous local associations taking part (Amnesty International, les Restos du Coeur, Intervalle, les Sénégaulois, etc.). The aim is to raise awareness among the primary and junior high pupils about international solidarity and the importance of civic engagement.

This year, Groupe URD will be dealing with the subject of migration with the pupils of Buis-les-Baronnies primary school. The aim will be to help the children understand this sensitive and topical issue by talking about the refugee crisis and deconstructing any prejudices and stereotypes that they may have.

With the junior high pupils, we will be talking about civic engagement. Groupe URD currently has a civic service volunteer within its team who will be talking about the importance of civic engagement and volunteering. The aim will be to show that there are a thousand and one ways to get involved, even very close to home. Our volunteer will also talk about his own experience taking part in an aid project in Madagascar.