Global Citizenship Education

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Global Citizenship Education

The aim of this working group is to create the first European Community on Global Citizenship Education by involving all actors interested in the topic, including: teachers, trainers and youth workers working in formal, non-formal and informal settings (schools, telecentres, youth centres, NGOs etc.); representatives of NGOs, non-profit organisation and civil society; education and training actors; policy makers and all others. 

This is the group for those willing to support and advocate for the potential adoption of GCE as an inclusive educational methodology in different contexts and at different levels through the use of digital tools.

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The objectives of this group are:

  • Identify the current state of implementation of GCE through the use of digital tools in formal, non-formal and informal learning contexts in Europe.
  • Share best practices, strategies, promising initiatives and policies addressing GCE at local, regional, national and European level.
  • Present and share results and case studies of the BRIGHTS project currently implemented in 4 European Countries: Belgium, Croatia, Greece and Italy.
  • Propose joint activities: identify partnerships and opportunities for collaborative initiatives that could impact on GCE

The group is created within the context of the BRIGHTS “Boosting Global Citizenship Education using digital storytelling” project co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission.

For any questions please contact the group moderator Hana Galogaža.

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Members: 57
Latest activity: on Monday

SUMMARY OF TOPICS

This group will be working around the following topics:

  1. Strategies and informative tools to raise awareness on GCE and influence policy-makers
  2. Learning & teaching open resources on GCE and digital tools for both formal and non-formal educational contexts
  3. Best practices on GCE
  4. Relevant events, training and networking opportunities
  5. Opportunities for collaboration among the members
  6. Experiences and case studies resulting from the BRIGHTS project implementation in different European Countries

Group Discussions

The European Sustainability Award

Posted by Alessandra Accogli on Monday 0 Replies

the European Commission launched for the first time ever a European Sustainability Award to reward the efforts and creativity of European people, businesses and organisations.The ambition of this…Continue

BRIGHTS at Social Hackaton Umbria 2018

Posted by Luca Pagliaricci Jul 18 0 Replies

Social Hackathon Umbria 2018 has been a great opportunity for people gathering in Foligno from all over Europe to share ideas and experience on digital skills. In the framework of SHU2018 the BRIGHTS…Continue

World Refugee Day - UNESCO Report

Posted by Alessandra Accogli. Last reply by Luca Pagliaricci Jun 20. 1 Reply

Dear all,Toady I came across the Report "Leveraging technology to support education for refugees" that has been published by UNESCO on the occasion of the World Refugee Day. The report analyses how…Continue

BRIGHTS Face 2 Face workshops in Belgium on boosting Global Citizenship Education through Digital Storytelling

Posted by Jochem Devens Jun 5 0 Replies

Hi everybody,As part of the BRIGHTS Project on Global Citizenship Education, teachers and trainers in Belgium took part in a Face2Face workshop on Digital Storytelling as an in-depth follow up on the…Continue

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Comment by Alessandra Accogli on March 9, 2018 at 11:14

#GCE Yesterday ALL DIGITAL was at the launch of the study "GCE in Europe: How much do we care?" realised by CONCORD.

The study is based on a research across all EU member States (+Norway) and reveals the level of funding dedicated to GCE in Europe between 2011 and 2015.

Participants at the event were also Paolo Fontani, director of UNESCO Liaison Office in Brussels and Joseph Schermesser, Head of Sector EC DEVCO Unit B1.

Have a look at the study: https://concordeurope.org/2018/…/07/gce-funding-report-2018/

Comment by Alessandra Accogli on March 2, 2018 at 16:10

EPALE's thematic focus for March is on equity and inclusion in adult learning

Join EPALE’s live discussion on how to ensure optimal inclusion in adult learning on the provision and policy levels.The discussion will be in English and will take place on the 22 March 2018.

Learn more: https://ec.europa.eu/epale/en/blog/epale-focus-equity-and-inclusion... 

 

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