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The first Values Workshop under the "Education for Justice" programme was launched in Panama

On 9 May 9 2017, a Values Workshop was held under the "Education for Justice" programme at Carmen Sole Bosch College, Panama City, Panama.

The activity was developed by the Regional Anti-Corruption Academy for Central America and the Caribbean (ARAC), an initiative of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the National Authority for Transparency and Access to Information (ANTAI), in conjunction with the Public Accounts Prosecutor's Office and the National Police.

In this sense, the workshop was addressed to two hundred thirty-three (233) students between pre-kindergarten and the second grade, aiming to promote values ​​such as integrity and honesty, as well as the tools and guides needed to face obstacles, take decisions and act responsibly in diverse social contexts, generating positive environments. The protagonists of the educational material, Dogui and Dengoso, surprised the children with their visit, being received in each classroom with much affection.

After the workshop, Professor  Griselda Pérez de Warren, Principal of the School, along with her four hundred and forty-seven (447) students participated in a cultural event focused on education in values. Students of each grade delighted the audience with their talent. Finally, the dogs of the National Police dog unit astonished everyone with their abilities, closing this enriching day in laughter and applauses.