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Raising awareness among young people our youth to better understand the world around them

Following an invitation fromof the Lycée du Mont-Dore, an awareness-raising campaign on the PROTEGE project and related professions was conducted in New Caledonia at the end of July.

The Mont-Dore high school's orientation week was held from 25 to 29 July with the aim of giving students the opportunity to meet professionals from different sectors of activity and thus link their learning to concrete professional perspectives.

This initiative was set up by a team of teachers of History-Geography and Moral and Civic Education (EMC), Economic and Social Sciences, Documentary Science and their management.

"The involvement of the various stakeholders in social and economic life is highlighted and should enable students to understand that they too can have a positive impact on the world around them," says Isabelle Severi Rettig Takasi, History-Geography and Moral and Civic Education (EMC) teacher.

The territorial coordinator of the SPC’s PROTEGE in New Caledonia was thus able to present the PROTEGE project and its achievements in the territory during this week, while evoking her professional background. Raising awareness among young people is an action that contributes to the implementation of the PROTEGE project's social and environmental responsibility orientation plan.

About sixty students from the first and last years of general and technological studies attended the presentation. Most of them were students from the Science and Technology of Industry and Sustainable Development (STI2D) stream.

Awareness raising at Mont-Dore high school, New Caledonia
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