How is Global Citizenship Education integrated in school didactics across Europe? An exchange programme allows primary schools teachers to experience first hand the educational system of another EU country
In Bonn from 1st to 3rd March 2017 an international conference brings together leading thinkers, policy makers, and civil society to think creatively about global challenges.
A comparative qualitative analysis across 10 European countries (Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Spain, Portugal, UK) on educational policies that favour the introduction of Global Citizenship Education in primary school curriculum. Research findings.
Exchanging experiences about Global Citizenship Education and getting inspired by the ideas of their colleagues: teachers from different countries travel across Europe and give their contribution to the project.
Today and tomorrow, the Training Centre for International Cooperation is in Brussels to present the project Global Schools in the Concord meeting - Hub 4, on Global Citizenship Education & People engagement.
A detailed analysis on the achievements and shortcomings of the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs): important findings to strenghten commitment on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)