This event is aimed at giving School Management a deeper understanding of Global Citizenship Education. Our Education Panel will share insights into how GCE fits in our new school environments. School Management representatives will also share ideas and activities on how they have supported and implemented GCE in their schools through the WWGS programme.
With the increase in military spending due to the war in Ukraine and let’s face it many other wars happening in the world. There is an increasing need for us to be anti-war and peace agents. This online workshop in collaboration with Afri will bring you (and therefore your students) on a journey from a global overview of war and militarisation to taking meaningful action in your school.
This workshop is for teachers (new schools or new teachers to the programme) starting out to give the tools to take the right approach to ensure good quality GCE.
An online workshop that supports teachers with how to maintain a human rights approach when exploring environmental issues.
The Starter Teacher Training workshop is designed for teachers who are new to Global Citizenship Education. This online workshop will explore the toolkits, learning models and methodologies needed to establish and maintain an effective GCE programme/module in your school.
This online workshop is essential for post primary schools who have been doing GCE for a number of years. It will help teachers to go further with their students and to strengthen their GCE approach vis a vis the WWGS guiding principles.
Find the recording of the WWGS Annual Student Conference 2022. Links to resources on degrowth are also included.
The abolition of the transatlantic slave trade began 200 years ago, and many schools marked this event. However, new forms of slavery are prevalent today.
Tax justice means fairer systems for taxing. Potential loss of tax revenues to the EU amount to approximately one trillion each year and billions are lost from countries in the Global south.
Trade has always been an important part of society, however current trade rules do tend to benefit the richer countries.