ANGEL Conference 2023 (June 19-20) aims to bring together interested parties from all backgrounds for two exciting days of sessions showcasing and discussing research, projects, and new developments connected to Global Education and Learning or Global Citizenship Education, and other related fields such as Development Education, Human Rights Education, Education for Sustainable Development, Education for Peace, and Intercultural Education.
Review of Magnus Haavelsrud’s “Education in developments: Volume 3” by Patricia M. Mische.
Emirates Diplomatic Academy in United Arab Emirates seeks Professor – Humanitarian and/or Development Studies
The Emirates Diplomatic Academy (EDA) is planning to introduce a new Master’s in Humanitarian Action and Development and is recruiting two new, full-time faculty to design and deliver some of the courses, serve as advisors to the students, deliver classes in other programmes. Application deadline: December 2, 2019.
Across the globe, with security at the forefront of governmental action, education has remained a counter-balance in an attempt to build peaceful interdependent societies.
Arigatou International Geneva in collaboration with UNESCO and the Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of Morocco to the United Nations in Geneva, organized a side event to the 33rd Human Rights Council entitled “Learning to Live Together: The role of education in preventing violent extremism.”
Amnesty International is seeking an Educational Resource Consultant to develop an educational resource on refugee and migrant rights.
The Global Issues in Language Education Special Interest Group celebrates the publication of the 100th edition of their newsletter
The Global Issues in Language Education Special Interest Group of the Japan Association for Language Teaching promotes the integration of global issues, global awareness and social responsibility in language teaching as well as awareness among language teachers of important developments in global education and the fields of environmental education, human rights education, peace education and development education.
Successes and Challenges in Development Education and Youth Work in Egypt. Cumulative Impact and Needs Assessment Report
PATRIR and its 4E team has just released the cumulative impact and needs assessment (CINA) report entitled “Successes and Challenges in Development Education and Youth Work in Egypt”. The report is the output of a 5-months long assessment process implemented in the frame of the project “Technical Assistance for Development and Civic Education in Egypt” (4E), which was implemented by the Peace Action, Training and Research Institute of Romania (PATRIR) between October 2015 – February 2016.