Terre d’école, Partner and Guest of Honor at the Pavilion of Letters from Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific

Book Paris, Parc des expositions, Porte de Versailles from March 16 to 19, 2018.

Terre d’École will be present at booth F90, Hall 1. It will organize workshops based on its educational program combining academic courses and courses dedicated to sustainable development, with the presence of many children.

Terre d’École is building its first establishment of 600 boarding students in Kintélé, north of Brazzaville, facing the new university: a center of excellence that will accommodate twenty thousand students.

“The mission of Terre d’École is to engage children in the protection of their values and traditions, but also to inform the world that it is imperative to mobilize to protect the environment. I am very pleased to welcome all children who wish to visit our stand at the book fair,” said Madame Maylin, president of Terre d’École.

A round table on the theme “The day when education will save humanity” will take place on Saturday, March 17 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., with the participation of Mr. Pierre André Wiltzer, former Minister of Cooperation, Ms. Florence Brunois, anthropologist, Ms. Yamina Benguigui, former Secretary of State for Francophonie, and a representative of UNESCO.

Moderation: Ms. Marie-Charlotte Bolot, Terre d’École.

For further information, please contact contact@terredecole.com.