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The World’s Largest Lesson



 ‘The World’s Largest Lesson was streamed live in June and can still be watched (see links below). Organized in collaboration with UNICEF and UNESCO, the 35 minutes session featured a panel of UNICEF celebrity supporters, students from around the globe, and top UN officials to discuss the implementation of the UN Global Goals worldwide. The focus was on youth participation and their role in reinventing a more equitable and sustainable society, including issues such as the future of education, the importance of mental health, and the significance of youth activism. and is accompanied by a lesson plan for each segment, a booklist, and a certificate of participation. 
The World’s Largest Lesson website has further valuable learning resources for students of all ages, parents, and teachers. The activities invite everyone to identify and explore the SDGs in detail and, more importantly, help ignite the imagination and action to create a future that is more just and kind toward each other and the planet. 

Based on Kim Pallozzi article. For more information, please refer to https://worldslargestlesson.globalgoals.org/