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This activity is structured in three phases throughout 2013 with an event at the end of each phase, where the participating countries will have direct presence with teachers and students and / or by videoconference.

PHASE I: Publication of poems and launch of the Web

Until end of June

PHASE 2: Comments of students and final Web presentation

Until end of September

PHASE 3: Celebrations at each school of the 60th anniversary of UNESCO ASPnet.

From September until the final week of November

PHASE I: Publication
-Selection of poems and preparation of students by each teacher.
-Sending the poems chosen by each country and information for publication on the Web. Under supervision of project coordination.
March 21, World Poetry Day and World Tree Day (Escola Artística e Profissional “Árvore”, Oporto, Portugal).
Presentation of the project and the website with the poems that were received.

PHASE 2: Comments
Exchange of views and materials about the published poems. This will be a great way to show that each poem is alive and that it contains important values ​​for young people. At the same time, it will be a good opportunity to showcase the work of collaboration between schools involved in the UNESCO-ASP worldwide network.

Event 2
July 3 to 6,  2013, XXVI Meeting of the UNESCO-ASP schools from Spain in Alcoi- Orihuela (Alicante province).
Presentation of the final Web page with poems from around the world and comments.

PHASE 3: Celebrations
Each school will choose a date for a public presentation of the
activity, inviting the school community, media and local authorities.
The participating students should be the protagonists of these events, as young ambassadors of the languages ​​and culture of their country to the world.
The National Coordinators should also have an essential role in these events, to show their commitment  with the representation and collaboration of their countries in the celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the UNESCO-ASP network.

Event 3:
23-29 November, ASP week
This week commemorates the creation of the ASPnet at the International Meeting that was held in Paris from 23 to 27 November 1953, where 33 schools from 15 countries took place (Belgium, Costa Rica , Ecuador, France, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Uruguay, USA, and the former Yugoslavia).