Global Citizenship~World Class Education News

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The Coalition for Global Citizenship 2030 is working on a year long video news project titled “Global Citizenship~World Class Education News” that will feature video or freestyle success stories from organizations that are learning about best practices to advance the work of global citizenship. This content will eventually become part of an hour long broadcast set for the International Day of Peace on 21 September 2017 and hopeful International Day of Education for Global Citizenship. It will also be part of the archival work of CGC2030’s development.

If you are interested in participating in this project, please send us a freestyle video statement (via camera phone) from your office on your work as related to global citizenship. Your statement should include:

  • name of your organization
  • where you are located
  • a brief summary of the work you are in engaged in as it pertains to global citizenship and what you are learning
  • video footage of your team engaged in their work. (We would particularly love to see age and ethnic diversity represented in your footage.)
  • Your video should be one to two minutes maximum.

Please submit your video footage to [email protected].

Occasional highlights from “Global Citizenship~World Class Education News” will be posted on the Global Campaign for Peace Education.

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