The EU Code Week community invites all teachers and pupils to code messages of support and solidarity for their peers in Ukraine.
The goal of this initiative is to show that coding can be used to express empathy and compassion in difficult situations, and to send a message for peace that reaches teachers and pupils of Ukraine.
Teachers and pupils can code a message of support and share it in the Coding for Peace Scratch studio. It can be anything you can think of, to express your thoughts and feelings about the need for peace in the region: an animation, a storyboard, a recording, a song, or a video sensing activity.
EU Code Week is a grassroots initiative, supported by the European Commission, that aims to bring coding and digital literacy to everyone in a fun and engaging way. This year it will take place on 8-23 October.
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