Call for Applications: Learning Can’t Wait: Keep the Doors to Education Open

AGYA Idea Contest

The AGYA working groups Arab and German Education and Health and Society are seeking for students between 16 and 24 years of age, who are eager to share their ideas for promoting either education or health during the ongoing challenges and difficulties caused by the pandemic? The students can submit their solutions in form of art (e.g. comic, animation, video etc.) or any other form that can be presented digitally. They can either work individually or in a group of up to three people.

What we are looking for innovative ideas promoting solutions for children and their families, specifically targeting the education sector. Ideas should aim at mitigating and overcoming the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The applicant’s solution shall target specific issues of your country related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Examples include but are not limited to:

  • Ways to support remote teaching and learning (for example, make up for learning losses due to school closures);
  • Ideas to promote the personal interaction between teachers and students;
  • Prepare for future crises (for example, address the widening gaps in learning outcomes or developing courses for teachers and students to improve their digital skills).

All submissions should be suitable for printable or digital dissemination. A brief description of the idea in written form must be supported by a short presentation of the idea in video format, produced and edited by the group or the individual applicant.

The Call for Application is open until 15 October 2022. 

Find more information on the AGYA Idea Contest and how to register here.

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