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25/05/2015 News

Your Idea Your Project Contest from Total and Renault: High School Students got to work for traffic safety

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All the high school students in Istanbul took action to solve the sustainable transport and road safety problems around them, developing projects, campaigns and innovations. A bunch of students composed a song to stop the deaths caused by traffic accidents, while another group shot a video clip for the song. A team came up with the idea of passing on safety messages to students by using the school bell. Some students designed awareness-raising T-shirts, others prepared a game teaching traffic rules, and some students baked cookies with traffic signs on them as a means of educating people around them. Just a few examples from the students participating in Total and Renault’s ‘Your Idea Your Project’ contest.
 

The jury meeting and award ceremony for the fourth ‘Your Idea Your Project’ contest took place at the InterContinental Hotel, Istanbul. Beykoz Anatolian High School took first place with its ‘Bells Are Ringing, Rules are Being Followed’ Project. The winning group will be going to France in June to take part in several events.