People in Need invites you to an informal conference about formal education. The conference "Global Schools: How to prepare children for the challenges of contemporary world" will be held on February 28 in the Science and Technology Centre in Ostrava. During the day various panel discussions, workshops and talks on global issues in education will take place.
The new handbook “Global Schools. Propostas de integração curricular da Educação para o Desenvolvimento e Cidadania Global no 1.º e 2.º CEB
The Portuguese team of the “Global Schools” project is very pleased to announce the launch of the handbook “Global Schools. Propostas de integração curricular da Educação para o Desenvolvimento e Cidadania Global no 1.º e 2.º CEB”. This resource, developed by Higher Education teachers (IPVC) and by NGDO (FGS and Graal) experts in the field, intends to be a support for teachers that want to embed Development Education and Global Citizenship issues in their classrooms, in a real curricular integration.
SAVE THE DATE: Three years of work on Global Citizenship Education across Europe. What are we learning? What can we share? Some reflections and Practices coming from Europe and beyond. Global Schools international conference will take place in Trento, Italy on 12-13 March. You are invited!
We had the pleasure to discover the result of these 2 years and a half of work. This collaborative game designed for children aged from 9 to 11 years old had been developed by the Centre Gaïa and the municipality of Dunkirk.
The Territoria prizes are awarded to local communities for innovating ideas about urban planning, cultural projects, social initiatives or energy transition
On 8th and 9th September 2017, Senigallia's seminar on intercultural education will tackle sustainability. With presentations and workshops, teachers and educators will explore the Agenda 2030 for sustainable development
The conference was organised by the Development Education Research Centre within the UCL Institute of Education (IOE), and the Global Education Network Europe (GENE), and was also supported by the Erasmus+ Project Schools for Future Youth.