Monday, 24 October, 2022 - 18:38

Summary video of International Summer School on Researching Global Education and Learning.

The UNESCO Chair in Global Citizenship Education in Higher Education (University of Bologna), in collaboration with the Academic Network on Global Education & Learning (ANGEL), and with the support of Global Education Network Europe (GENE), ran an International Summer School on Researching Global Education and Learning in Bertinoro, Italy from June 21 – 24, 2022. This event, along with the other activities of the ANGEL network, are co-funded by the European Union.

You can now watch a video that summarises this important milestone in the development of the network.



The Summer School aimed "to provide students with a theoretical outline of Global Education research, as well as practical skills for systematically reviewing literature - drawing on the established experience in ANGEL and looking at future developments".



Massimiliano Tarozzi (UNESCO chair holder in Global Citizenship Education, University of Bologna, Italy), 
Luca Ghirotto (Head of Qualitative Research Unit, Azienda USL - IRCCS in Reggio Emilia – Researcher, University of Verona)
Rita Marzoli (INVALSI - National Institute for the Evaluation of the Education and Training Systems)
Karin Hannes (Centre for Sociological Research, University of Leuven)
Clare Bentall (Development Education Research Centre, UCL Institute of Education)
Annette Scheunpflug (University of Bamberg & Chair of GENE) 

You can read more about the event practicalities here, and see event pictures on this page.

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Development Education Research Centre (DERC)
UCL Institute of Education
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The establishment of this network and website has been made possible with funding support from the European Commission.
The activities and publications of the network are the responsibilities of the organisers, the Development Education Research Centre, and can in no way be seen as reflecting the views of the European Commission.