As part of the Partnership between the Monegasque Government and Science Po, the Directorate of International Cooperation organises every year, on the Campus Middle East-Mediterranean Science Po in Menton, “The Winter School”. It is intended to raise awareness among 1st-year students at the stakes of development aid and international solidarity.
The Winter School 2019, whose theme is “Vulnerable childhood in Africa and in the ANMO zone”, brought together today, around a round table, international experts, such as Dr. Jean Baptiste Richardier, Co-founder from Handicap International, Geneviève Wills, representative of the World Food Program to France and Monaco and Dr Luciano Tuseo, WHO Malaria Officer.
Children’s health and nutrition were at the heart of the exchanges that took place in front of 130 students from 50 different nationalities. As a reminder, Food Security is a new field of intervention for International Cooperation.
Round tables, thematic workshops in small groups and conferences will follow one another throughout the week with the participation of the partners of the Monegasque Cooperation.
The Winter School is one of the annual highlights of this partnership between the Prince’s Government and Science Po.