As part of an educational project, students from the hotel sectors of the Lycée Technique et Hôtelier de Monaco are holding a charity dinner on Friday February 4, 2022, in aid of children’s rights.
The Principality of Monaco is resolutely committed to defending these rights, which are so often flouted, the Government said in a press release.
Classes of the Première and Terminale Professional Baccalaureate in hospitality and the first AGOrA (Assistance in the management of organisations and their activities) are organising a charity dinner under the overall direction of Joël Garault, President of Monaco Goût et Saveurs and former starred chef at the Hôtel Hermitage.
The sum collected at the gourmet dinner will be donated to humanitarian associations to help them carry out their aid missions. Pupils and young students living in the Principality or in neighbouring municipalities whose situations are precarious will also be helped.
Friday February 4 at 19:15, €75, wine and hot drinks included. Reservation required with the Lycée Technique et Hôtelier de Monaco by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone (+377) 98 98 89 29.
The evening is being coordinated by the Department of National Education, Youth and Sports. The United Nations international convention on the Rights of the Child was signed on November 20, 1989, recognising the need to protect all children in the world and to guarantee their fundamental rights, wherever they are threatened.
ORIGINAL SOURCE & PHOTO: Monaco Government Press Service