The school year 2015-2016 ends for many students in agricultural colleges. The opportunity to revisit the highlights that have marked this year for the Education Network for rural development and international solidarity (EADR-SI)!
This year began with a bang the first meeting of the year network from 23 to 25 September 2015. A meeting marked by welcoming six new regional correspondents network and a time to work together with the Ticeur network Cneap for organizing the contest Koad’9 on climate change.
The month began with the selection of ten new projects, co-financed by the EADR-SI stock market:
- The organization of one week in Quebec at the high school André Alquier of Saint Amans Soult
- The organization of a conference on Afghanistan within the Carnet d’exil project of Iseta de Poisy
- The festive market of the high school Gabriel Deshayes de Saint Gildas des Bois organized by students of TWO-YEAR TECHNICAL DEGREES went on a trip solidarity in Sri Lanka
- “Life Course, words of life“, the play written by the students of high school Efagrir de Mignières
- Opening week in the world of the Institute Almond Lezignan
- The International Solidarity Day organized in Languedoc-Roussillon on January 19
Three significant events took place:
- The launch of the competition Koad’9
- Training co-organized by the SGEC, the CNEAP and Fert to the mounting international solidarity projects, which was held in Paris on 12 and 13 November 2015
- Week of International Solidarity held the third week of November and during which the EADR-SI network has again strongly mobilized!
The year 2016 began with the launch of the interactive map, which will be enriched as and contributions, and that identifies the projects of international cooperation and contacts in the region! The EADR-SI network has meanwhile met again in March 2016; a meeting marked by a common time with Red on living together.
A call to EADR-SI project contributions collection was launched, which ended May 31, 2016. The submitted projects will allow to achieve a collection of international cooperation experiences in institutions of Cneap, which will complement the EADR SI-existing guide (which you apparently much appreciated!).