2019/2020 Competition

For this seventh edition of the competition, Eduki and its partners are calling on young people from all over Switzerland to share their vision for a more peaceful, just and inclusive society.

Express your ideas through art, media or an idea for concrete action towards a sustainable future for all.

Peace, the cornerstone of sustainable development

The world has set a deadline for the year 2030 to reduce extreme poverty and take action to save the planet. By adopting their 15-year action plan with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), UN Member States have given a strong and clear signal of their commitment to work together to tackle the root causes of inequality and guarantee a sustainable development for all people around the world.
Without peace, sustainable development is impossible. The Eduki 2019/2020 competition offers participants the opportunity to explore SDG16, which seeks to promote inclusive and peaceful societies for sustainable development [SDG16 link] and to consider topics such as:

  1. What is peace here and elsewhere?
  2. How will achieving SDG16 help reach other SDGs?
  3. Which people and what institutions in Switzerland strive for peace?
  4. What actions can be undertaken at different levels to build more peaceful, just and inclusive societies?

Reflect on these and other issues relating to SDG16 and use your creativity to imagine messages and ideas of action for peace. Your contributions will be presented at the Awards ceremony held at UN Geneva on 29 April 2020.

Become agents of change, bringing your voice to the global dialogue on our future!

For example checkout this video to discover the simple actions Tabatha and Alexandre propose to achieve SDG 16.

A procedure for participating is detailed below. But before that, subscribe to our mailing list so as not to miss any information about the competition.

How to participate
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    Choose a category

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    To register add remove
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    Prepare with the help of Eduki add remove
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    Send us your project before 1 March 2020 add remove
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    Participate in the awards ceremony on 29 April 2020 add remove
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    Submitting a project for the Françoise Demole Award add remove