THIS EDITION AIMS TO GIVE YOUTH A PROPER ENVIRONMENT
“A youth is to be regarded with respect. How do we know that his future will not be equal to our present?”
Access to a secure, safe and sufficient source of fresh water is a fundamental requirement for the survival, well-being and socio-economic development of all humanity. Yet, we continue to act as if fresh water were a perpetually abundant resource. It is not.
Kofi Annan, Former UN Secretary-General
THIS EDITION AIMS TO PROMOTE FRATERNITY BETWEEN NATIONS
.“Let us pick up our books and our pens. They are our most powerful weapons. One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen can change the world.”
Malala Yousafzai, Nobel Peace Prize 2014
THIS EDITION IS AN UNIVERSAL TRIBUTE TO FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
سلام لأرض خلقت للسلام وما رأت ياوماً سلاماً
“Peace to a land that was created for peace, and never saw a peaceful day”
Mahmoud Darwish, Palestinian poet (1941-2008)
THIS EDITION IS A TRIBUTE TO “MOTHER EARTH”
“How can we be so arrogant? The planet is, was, and always will be stronger than us. We can´t destroy it; if we overstep the mark, the planet will simply erase us from its surface and carry on existing. Why don´t they start talking about not letting the planet destroy us?”
THIS EDITION IS A TRIBUTE TO THE WOMEN WHO GIVE US LIFE
“I saw that displaced women had many difficulties; they lived through atrocities and had enormous trauma. I realised that learning to write and training will help them forget the trauma, and what they had to go through. This is what pushed me to help these women and help them become independent”
IN MEMORIAM: NELSON MANDELA
We speak here of the challenge of the dichotomies of war and peace, violence and non-violence, racism and human dignity, oppression and repression and liberty and human rights, poverty and freedom from want.
Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Address (10 December 1993)
Cultural Democracy is a process dynamic which works to create awareness and responsibility with people in the free world.
Considering the challenges of globalization, this edition of Global Education Magazine intends to reflect on the supranational level actions that promote political unity and equal rights, respecting all diversity and minorities.
While the world-society close its eyes, refugees, stateless, asylum seekers and internally displaced people are suffering each day.
This edition wants to raise awareness about transcultural links to develop a new identity “Earth-Homeland”.
Human Health is a reflection of Earth Health. It is essential to share knowledge to uplift our bonds and renew the spirit-consciousness in every corner of the planet.
In Global Education Magazine we stand up for Global Health as a fundamental way to reach human happiness.
On January 30th, ,1948 Mahatma Gandhi was murdered, and since 1964the Day of Non-violence and Peace has been celebrated at schools from all over the world.
This edition has the socio-psycho-pedagogic goal to promote the multidimensional resolution of all disputes.
This edition is dedicated to the memory of the 15 million people who die every year of hunger, treatable deseases, and other conditions related to poverty on our planet.
People who publish items on this magazine take their lives seriously.
Global Education Magazine is published by “Education for Life NGO” (Almansa, AB, Spain) with DMMDC (Salvador, BA, Brazil) as partnership. It is supported by the Regional Offices of Latin America and the Caribbean of UNESCO and UNHCR.
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