Piarist centers are called to be centers that defend equality, with their participants, with their environment, and with the world.
This is the case in Kikonka, Democratic Republic of Congo, where a nursery school facilitates family reconciliation and gives women access to agricultural training, improving their income, and empowering them.
Elikia, Esengo and Marine invite us to join the Coeducation Mission. Participate and get the coeducation diploma because we live in an unequal world that systematically discriminates against women’s access to education and income. The fifth goal of the UN Sustainable Development Goals for 2030 states “Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls”. Participate in the Coeducation Mission so that all of us who make up the educational community reflect on the situation of girls and women in our environment and commit ourselves to defend equality which means we all win. Because, in the words of the United Nations, “Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, it is one of the essential foundations for building a peaceful, prosperous, and sustainable world.”
You have several activities to carry out as part of the Coeducation Mission and a letter of congratulations from Dorotea when you succeed. (Final letter of the mission)