At a time when climate mobilization is bringing citizens together in the streets and on social networks, L'effet Libellule has chosen to reach out to children here and elsewhere.
They represent future generations who will experience the consequences of global disruption. They are also the ones who will be able to cultivate the seeds of hope that today's adults sow in an eco-responsible attitude both in their lifestyle and in their political decisions.
By using a variety of media that involve students in awareness through exchange and experimentation, our playful awareness is aimed at children aged 8 to 12.
The "end of primary school" age is marked by a thirst for discovery, a sense of solidarity and the importance of the group, the need to belong being described as one of the fundamental needs by psychologist A. Maslow. By initiating a link between young people from different cultures, we hope that within this new reference group, a common motivation will emerge for a common goal: the future of the planet.
Finally, to paraphrase child psychiatrist D. Winnicott, a child alone, "there is no such thing". The African adage reminds us that "it takes a whole village to raise a child". For this reason, we wish to involve parents in our approach by organizing a friendly moment of exchange.