Training & Events


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Upcoming Training and Events

Register for WWGS online trainings and events for 2021-22.


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INVITATION TO THE ONLINE LAUNCH

MAYNOOTH UNIVERSITY, CERTIFICATE IN GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION (GCE)

LEVEL 9 PROGRAMME

19th MAY 2022 - 6 - 7 pm

This level-9 programme, which is open for applications, offers a specialised learning experience in global citizenship education (GCE) for practitioners and educators across the education spectrum.

At the launch on the 19th May, you will have a chance to learn more about the new Certificate in Global Citizenship Education at Maynooth University, which will be starting in October 2022. We are delighted to be joined by Aishling McGrath, Director, WorldWise Global Schools and Professor Momodou Sallah, Director, Centre for Academic Innovation and Professor of Teaching and Learning, De Monfort University, Leicester, along with representatives from each of the Departments involved, who will talk about different aspects of the programme and answer any questions you may have.

Please join us for the Launch on the 19th at 6pm at the  Zoom link below:

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Post Student Conference Teacher Zoom meeting 2022

Thursday 28th April 2022, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

This event will offer a debrief for teachers on the recent student conference on Degrowth and provide a space to reflect and consider next steps on exploring Degrowth in their school community. In addition, it will offer an opportunity for schools to consider how their existing (and future) WWGS grant funding can be used to support Degrowth in their school.

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Student Conference photo collage

Student Annual Conference 2022

Thursday 7th April 2022, 9:30 AM - 13:30 PM

Theme: Degrowth: Uniting Students for Radical Change
(includes online and offline activities, with additional option for teachers to continue in- class discussion after lunch)
Place: Online via Zoom and Youtube Live (links to follow!)

Do people matter as much as profit?
Is our society more than just an economy?
Are people and the planet interconnected?
For countries to thrive, does our world or climate have to suffer? 

This year's WWGS student conference will be bringing young people across Ireland together to help answer these questions, and explore the possible solutions.

In exploring how we can create a better balance towards happiness, well being, and the broader environment, we will see how some of our own WWGS schools are tackling this issue, as well as leaders from industries including fashion, business, politics, and farming, to name a few. 

Examples of themes explored on the day:  Tax justice, trade justice, ethical consumption and production, fast fashion, biodiversity crisis, global inequality, workers rights. The conference will close with the Global Passport Award ceremony, where we will celebrate schools who were successful in obtaining an Award for their commitment to Global Citizenship Education this year. 

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Conference Agenda
Pre-Conference Teacher Training - Recording
Pre-Conference Teacher Training - Slides
Pre-Conference Student Work
In-Class Activity for Conference - Instructions