SDG Prize for education 2021

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Third edition of the SDG PRIZE FOR EDUCATION by emodelnations Awards to identify and celebrate outstanding initiatives from around the world that are accelerating action towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, whilst inspiring the growing global community by showing that transformative change for people and the planet is possible.

Goal 1: No Poverty

Aden Bowman Collegiate Institute – CANADA
Hampton High School – CANADA
ITCPAS “B. Belotti” – ITALY
Instituto Alpha Lumen – BRAZIL
Lycée Domingos Ramos – CAPE VERDE

Goal 2: Zero Hunger
Collège de Ntsoudjini – COMOROS
Escola Secundaria Oscar Ribas – ANGOLA
Ashimori Junior High School – JAPAN
Chibahigashi High School – JAPAN
Titikaveka College – COOK ISLANDS

Goal 3: Good Health and Well-Being
Collège Moderne d’Adzope – CÔTE D’IVOIRE
Lycée Moderne d’Adzope – CÔTE D’IVOIRE
Kutaisi public school – GEORGIA
IPVCE Ernesto Guevara – CUBA
Tallinn Lillekuka High School – ESTONIA

Goal 4: Quality Education
Atlanta International School – USA
Instituto Alpha Lumen – BRAZIL
Millbrook School – USA
Phillips Exeter Academy – USA
Washington International School – USA

Goal 5: Gender Eqyality
Griffiths-Scott Middle School – CANADA
Hafford Central School – CANADA
Koninklijk Lyceum Antwerpen – BELGIUM
Collège Beaubois – CANADA
The Environment School (Miljøskolen) – DENMARK

Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation
Bismarck Schule – GERMANY
Engelsburggymnasium – GERMANY
Integrated Thebes Language Schools – EGYPT
Lycée de langues étrangères – BULGARIA
MOWANA CJSS – BOTSWANA

Goal 7: Affordable and Clean Energy
Escola Andorrana de segona Ensenyança d’Ordino – ANDORRA
Escuela Libre Micael – SPAIN
Collège Allal Ben Abdellah – MOROCCO
Colegio San José. MM. Escolapias – SPAIN
CRA. Villayon – SPAIN

Goal 8: Decent Work And Economic Growth
Colegio Provincial de Educación Polimodal N°5 ” M.M de Güemes” – ARGENTINA
Collège Philéas Lebesgue – FRANCE
Collège Pierre Mendès – FRANCE
I. László AltalanosGimnázium – HUNGARY
Western Wyoming High School – USA

Goal 9: Industry, Innovation And Infrastructure
Charlton Park Academy – UK
Medina High School – USA
The Grauer School – USA
Washington International School – USA
Westhill High School – USA

Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities
Jackson Hole High School – USA
Colégio da Villa – BRAZIL
Instituto Alpha Lumen – BRAZIL
1st Junior High School of Chios – GREECE
Washington International School – USA

Goal 11: Sustainable Cities And Communities
Collège Allal Ben Abdellah – MOROCCO
Hampton High School – CANADA
Western Wyoming High School – USA
The Grauer School – USA
Washington International School – USA

Goal 12: Responsible Consumption And Production
Aden Bowman Collegiate Institute – CANADA
Escuela Libre Micael – SPAIN
Medina High School – USA
The Environment School (Miljøskolen) – DENMARK
Washington International School – USA

Goal 13: Climate Action
Bismarck Schule – GERMANY
CRA. Villayon – SPAIN
Charlton Park Academy – UK
Colegio San José. MM. Escolapias – SPAIN
Washington International School – USA

Goal 14: Life Below Water
Collège Pierre Mendès – FRANCE
Lycée Moderne d’Adzope – CÔTE D’IVOIRE
ITCPAS “B. Belotti” – ITALY
The Environment School (Miljøskolen) – DENMARK
Washington International School – USA

Goal 15: Life on Land
Integrated Thebes Language Schools – EGYPT
Hampton High School – CANADA
Hafford Central School – CANADA
Lycée Moderne d’Adzope – CÔTE D’IVOIRE
Washington International School – USA

Goal 16: Peace, Justice And Strong Institutions
Jackson Hole High School – USA
ITCPAS “B. Belotti” – ITALY
Instituto Alpha Lumen – BRAZIL
Lycée Moderne d’Adzope – CÔTE D’IVOIRE
Washington International School – USA

Goal 17: Partnerships For The Goals
Jackson Hole High School – USA
The Environment School (Miljøskolen) – DENMARK
CRA. Villayon – SPAIN
Western Wyoming High School – USA
Washington International School – USA

Prize For Education Awards
Instituto Alpha Lumen – BRAZIL
Hampton High School – CANADA
Washington International School – USA

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