Detail of a classroom photograph in a displaced persons camp in Nigeria.
Detail of a classroom photograph in a displaced persons camp in Nigeria.

Holidays are over, and it's back to school. Frightening or fun, this week marks the beginning of a new adventure for millions of children around the world who will be given a great opportunity to learn, make friends and thrive. This opportunity is made possible by the skills and commitment of teachers who dedicate their life to education and helping kids to build a future, for themselves and society at large.

With this OneShot for the start of September, UNICEF France celebrates the singular mission of the world's teachers.

UNICEF: Back To School — ©UNICEF/Ashley Gilbertson



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