At the Learning/Teaching/Training Event in Copenhagen, the Learn4health project was very pleased to collaborate with the Danish Ministry of Environment and Food at their annual international World Food Summit. In this connection, the Learn4health project very successfully held, not only a Multiplier Event and several Breakout sessions presenting the project, but also facilitated a case competition, an international competition where 30 international students were gathered to develop concepts that could answer the questions in regards to the theme: children and health.
The students had only two intense days to create a stop-motion film that could communicate their concept and message and were given vegetables and fruits as their tools. They were given lectures by a range of different experts in the field, among those, of course, some of the partners from the project, and in the end three of the groups presented their concepts at the old Stock Exchange for the final summit sessions, where a panel of judges, including the Danish Minister of Environment and Food, crowned a very happy winning team.
Mystery Seeds (winning team):