Wanting to communicate sustainable development goals, we implemented a mural at the Vakalis tuition center at 211 Vasilissis Olgas Ave., Thessaloniki. The message we want to convey has to do with the goal of “Quality education.”

Goal 4: Ensure inclusive, equal, and quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all

By 2030, it ensures that all girls and boys complete a free, equal, and quality primary and secondary education that leads to corresponding and effective learning outcomes.

By 2030, ensure that all girls and boys have access to quality preschool development, care, and education to be ready for primary education.

Ensure equal access for all women and men to affordable and quality technical, vocational and higher education, including universities, by 2030.

By 2030, a substantial increase in the number of young people and adults who have the appropriate skills, including technical and professional skills, for employment, decent work, and entrepreneurship.

By 2030, eliminate gender-based discrimination in education and ensure equal access, at all levels of education and vocational training, for the vulnerable, including people with disabilities, indigenous peoples, and children at risk; condition.

By 2030, ensure that youth as a whole and a significant percentage of adults, both men and women, achieve literacy and numeracy.

By 2030, they are ensuring that all learners acquire the knowledge and cultivate the skills needed to promote sustainable development, through, inter alia, education for sustainable development and sustainable living, human rights, equality gender, the promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence, the identity of a global citizen, and the recognition of cultural diversity and the contribution of culture to sustainable development.

Build and upgrade educational facilities that meet the needs of children and people with disabilities, taking into account gender, and provide safe, peaceful, participatory, and efficient learning environments for all.

By 2020, a substantial global expansion of the number of scholarships available in developing countries, and in particular in less developed, small island developing countries and African countries, to promote enrollment in higher education, including vocational training, information, and communication technologies, as well as technical, mechanical and scientific programs, in developed and other developing countries.

By 2030, a substantial increase in the supply of qualified teachers, through, among other things, international cooperation for the training of teaching staff in developing countries, especially in the least developed countries and small island developing countries.

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