News

The ANGEL team is constantly on the lookout for useful or inspiring news about Global Education. Please contact us or tweet at @angelnetworknet if you have suggestions.

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11 May 2020

Review of The Bloomsbury Handbook of Global Education and Learning. 

The first comprehensive handbook examining global education, featuring writing by ANGEL members, is reviewed in 'Policy & Practice: A Development Education Review'.
UNESCO
24 April 2020

Call For Papers For UNESCO’s Futures Of Education Initiative. 

Commission running global initiative aiming to reimagine how knowledge and learning can shape the future of humanity seeks background papers.
04 April 2020

Submit for special issue of Sustainability journal.

Doug Bourn
03 April 2020

New publication highlights huge growth in research on Global Education and Learning

March 2020 saw the publication of a major new collection of writing on Global Education in the form of ‘The Bloomsbury Handbook of Global Education and Learning’.
rail tracks
19 March 2020

Open call for Journal of Social Science Education issue on 'Global Education in Europe at Crossroads'.

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18 March 2020

Submit your papers for the 12th Annual TEESNet Conference.

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01 March 2020

Multilingual Global Education Digest progress

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28 February 2020

Global Education Lecturer position available at University of Oulu.

Projector
22 January 2020

New video featuring the ANGEL Conference 2019. 

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17 January 2020

Submit now for the book series Advances in Global Citizenship Education Policy and Practice.

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