Rules

Applications for Global Junior Challenge 2019 - by October 30th, 2019

Organizations, associations, companies, universities, research centers, private citizens, etc. can participate in the 2019 edition with a project that uses technologies in an innovative way "to provide quality, fair and inclusive education, and learning opportunities for all" (Objective 4 of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development). The categories in which projects can be presented are:

  • Education up to 10 years
  • Education up to 15 years
  • Education up to 18 years
  • Education up to 29 years
  • Inclusion of young people in the work field

Only projects that are currently implemented or completed, not project ideas, are eligible to participate in the competition.

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Applications for schools "Tullio De Mauro Prize for the school that Innovates and Include" - by October 30th, 2019

This category is reserved exclusively for schools from all levels: teachers and school headmasters can apply or be candidates for the special award Tullio De Mauro.

The award recognizes the innovative teacher who has managed to combine in his training proposal quality education, fair and inclusive, with also the use of innovative technologies, tools and methodologies.

A special session of the competition is reserved for school headmasters who guide every day the systemic transformation of their school (or schools) also through the inclusive use of new technologies and the realization of projects shared with the territory and the educating community.

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The jury

The jury is carefully selected by the Fondazione Mondo Digitale and gives a voice to the institutions and education world. It evaluates the projects and candidacies of the innovative teachers and headmasters through electronical means and proclaims the finalists. The first projects in each category win the chance to participate in the final event of the Global Junior Challenge 2019, which will be held in Rome from 11th to 13th December 2019. Each finalist will be able to share with the public, thanks to a dedicated stand in the large exhibition area. At the end of this first selection, the jury, coordinated by a designated president, will make a final reflection on the results and will proclaims the winners. The three days conclude with the proclamation and the awarding of the winners of the competition in the Sala Giulio Cesare in Campidoglio, the Rome city town hall, in the presence of the institutions.

 

Useful contacts

If you have any doubts about the admissibility of your project, write us to info@gjc.it or contact us by phone at the number 06 42014109 and we will be happy to give you further clarifications in this regard.

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