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“Everyone has the right to education.” This is how article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights begins. This article gives each person the right to receive an education that must be accessible (eliminating all forms of discrimination in access to it), available (must be free), acceptable (quality) and adaptable (must be adapted to each student). Education is the principal means by which every person can develop his or her abilities, skills and participate actively in society. This is why it is a “gateway” right: it is the gateway to all other rights (such as the right to health or the right to work); it is indispensable for fighting poverty and inequality, for achieving sustainable development, etc.

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Tus derechos, mis derechos


  • Reforzar la importancia del derecho a la educación, recreación, inclusión social, protección contra el abuso y discriminación.

Latiendo con Cocapata.


  • Conocer la realidad de Cocapata y conocer cuál es la labor de la familia Escolapia en Bolivia 
  • Participar en la sensibilización y comunicación de los proyectos de Itaka-Escolapios como miembros de comunidades y grupos escolapios.

Your written voice transforms.


To make visible the world we want with the words we need today, so that words are the best example of the transformation that can be generated.

Connect, but… for what?


  • To reflect on the digital and technological illiteracy of children and young people in places where the internet is still not very accessible, and to make visible the importance of joining the efforts of others through knowledge of reality and the development of empathy for contexts that are physically distant.
  • To value the critical, constructive, ethical and efficient use of ICT and/or RRSS resources that are within our reach.
  • Actively participate in the campaign "One voice, a million changes" bringing the reality of some of Itaka-Escolapios' projects closer to the educational community.

Boarding school comic


  • To be aware of other children reality.
  • To know projects that promote education.
  • To embody our ideas graphically.
  • To share with others our proposals to change the world.