After having been invited by the students of “the political science success rope” of the George Sand college, Jean-Luc Moudenc received them at the Capitol.
The students of “the Political Science success rope” of the George Sand college, who had already discussed citizenship with Jean-Luc Moudenc in their establishment, were in turn invited to a visit to the Capitol. And it was the master of the place himself who made them discover rooms steeped in memory, notably that of the Capitouls which laid the first milestones of Toulouse democracy. The mayor again lent himself to the game of questions and answers around the involvement of young people in the management of the city, his aspirations for the city of Toulouse, his motivations and his personal political ambitions as well as his projects. future. “It was a great republican moment of sharing to be perpetuated to give our students a taste for public affairs, explains Hamid Benali, their history-geography teacher and leader of the roped party. Despite the difficulties inherent in establishments classified as REP + priority zones, the college management makes it a point of honor to maintain these training courses of excellence, which only a few Toulouse colleges can take advantage of, despite the health context”, continues the teacher. The goal of the Political Science success rope is to arouse students’ curiosity, their knowledge in terms of general culture and citizenship and to allow them to express themselves with greater ease. share a relationship of discovery and mutual aid with students in order to make them discover the keys and the potential that will allow them to overcome self-censorship or the determinism existing in their educational and social environment”, pleads Hamid Benali. “We want to give want our students to aim for a future that matches their ambitions and talent and to achieve their dreams. Mathieu a student confirms: “For me it will remain an unforgettable experience”. Everyone left with the promise to perpetuate this kind of republican exchange “carrying hope and hope”.