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12 December 2017

GENE announces 2017 Global Education Innovation awardees.

12 boundary-pushing initiatives have been awarded 10000 EURO each to continue with their innovative work furthering Global Education. You can see the chosen organisations here.  The Global Education Innovation Award...
12 December 2017

Yonsei University's Dr. Hans Schattle discusses the meaning of Global Citizenship with Emiliano Bosio.

Hans Schattle is professor of political science at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, and the author of Globalisation and Citizenship (2012, Rowman &...
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05 December 2017

Inspiral, the new global social learning network, seeks founding members.

This emerging project aims to offer dynamic social learning experiences for students around the world, helping them to: explore contemporary global issues in depth exchange their views and share...
05 December 2017

Development Education & Global Learning Master's programme flourishing.

The established MA programme at the Institute of Education, London, offers a route into working in the field, and introduces students to a range of perspectives and approaches to development...
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19 September 2017

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