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Sikkim Schools to Have Education on Sustainable Development, Global Citizenship (India)

UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development signed a ‘Partnership Agreement’ for a project to embed concepts of Peace, Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship in textbooks of core subjects for the schools of Sikkim State.

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Promoting global citizenship through learning and dialogue

Simon Kuany (South Sudan) is a UN Volunteer with the UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP), in New Delhi, India. Funded generously by the Indian Government, MGIEP was formed in 2012 and since then has contributed to transforming education for humanity. It is an integral part of UNESCO, and the organization’s specialist institute on education for peace and sustainable development to foster global citizenship.

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Project coordination Officer: The Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP)

The Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP), UNESCO’s first education-related category 1 institute towards the development and promotion of new approaches to education for a more peaceful and sustainable world, is seeking a contract Project coordination Officer.

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250 schools in Tamil Nadu to get Human Rights Clubs

The Institute of Human Rights Education’s (IHRE) initiative of forming Human Rights Clubs in schools is set to expand to 250 schools across 15 districts in Tamil Nadu. Introducing the initiative to Head Masters from schools across the State, Henri Tiphagne, executive director, IHRE, said the clubs, functioning since 2015, have proven to be considerably successful. “If you all want to see a Tamil Nadu without any caste-related or other human rights violations, it cannot happen through judiciary or police. But only through schools,” Mr. Tiphagne told headmasters, stressing the importance of imparting human rights related awareness to children.

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