AIESEC’s ‘World Largest Lesson’ on August 9
   Date :08-Aug-2019

AIESEC believes that to ensure our future is safe, it is extremely important for the youth to understand and be aware of the problems that the world is facing. The first step towards action is awareness. In Nagpur, AIESEC is organising ‘World Largest Lesson’ on August 9. The objective of the event is to empower more than 2,500 children and 250 plus youngsters by spreading awareness about the 17 sustainable development goals proposed by the United Nations.
 
On the August 9, delegates in the age group between 18 and 30 will go to three big schools in Nagpur: Sandipani School Hazaripahad, Jain Heritage School and Delhi Public School Lava. They will deliver a one-hour long lesson to the school students where they will talk about the sustainable development goals through various interactive activities. The event will take place across India on the same day where AIESEC will empower more than 70,000 students. With this, AIESEC aims to create a world record of impacting maximum number of youngsters in one day.