Interview with Ms @IrinaBokova, Director-General of @UNESCO

© GEM.Ms. Irina Bokova, Director General of UNESCO became Honorary Membership at Global Education Magazine. Javier Collado Ruano: Today, 5th December 2015, being International Volunteer Day, we welcome our special guess, Ms. Irina Bokova, Director General of UNESCO. I have had the opportunity to talk with her during the 2nd UNESCO Forum on Global Citizenship Education held in February 2015 in […]

International Youth Day: Interview with Kailash Satyarthi, 2014 Nobel Peace Prize

 2014 Peace Nobel Award Kailash Satyarthi during his speech in the World Education Forum 2015 . Javier Collado Ruano: Dear Kailash Satyarthi, my name is Javier Collado-Ruano. I am working in Brazil as a professor in the University, and we have followed an approach with the nattier, indigenous people, and with poor people living in the […]

Interview with Aya Chebbi, African Youth Movement Founder

Javier Collado Ruano: Dear readers, it is a pleasure for me to introduce my friend Aya Chebbi, a well-known Pan-African Tunisian blogger and activist. I met her during the Global Citizens Movement of CIVICUS World Alliance, which took place in Johannesburg late in the year 2013, and I am still impressed with all her achievements. […]

Global Education Magazine: International Youth Day

Download here Global Education Magazine: International Youth Day “A youth is to be regarded with respect. How do we know that his future will not be equal to our present?” Confucius . Sustainable Development Goals for 2030: The Land Beyond Borders for our Planetary Youth Los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible de 2030: una tierra más allá […]

Global Education Magazine: World Water Day

Download here 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 . Letters from the Future for […]

Entrevista con Cristina Núñez-Madrazo, Coordinadora del Centro de EcoAlfabetización y Diálogo de Saberes de la Universidad Veracruzana (México)

Cristina Núñez-Madrazo en el lago Titicaca Javier Collado Ruano: Este es un reportaje muy especial para mi porque considero que una relación saludable entre las diferentes civilizaciones humanas es el punto de partida para conseguir una solidaridad global para el futuro común en la Tierra. En este sentido, la Doctora Cristina Núñez-Madrazo es un gran ejemplo […]

Environmental Governance and Sustainable Development: An Interview with Georgios Kostakos

About Fen Wang Founder and President at GEC; UNEP Reform Project Leader at Tema at Linkoping University; SCO Project Leader at Vermont University; My mission is to contribute myself in global environmental and sustainable development governance and act to accelerate transitioning the society to green economy with sustainable development, and to join together with world […]

From Rio+20 to the New Development Agenda: An Interview with Felix Dodds

About Maria Bolevich Maria Bolevich is a specialist of environmental protection and a journalist. She likes books, languages, journalism, green lifestyle. She lives in Croatia. Her favorite quote is ” Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm” . Maria Bolevich: I have the honor to present you our interview with Felix Dodds, a fellow at […]

The Deterioration of Human Rights in Iran continues: Interview with Shabnam Assadollahi

Shabnam Assadollahi is a veteran human rights advocate who has worked extensively helping newcomers and refugees resettle in Canada. She has distinguished herself as a broadcaster, writer and public speaker. While her primary and heartfelt interest focuses on the Iranian community and events that affect both women and minority communities in the land of her birth […]

Other Place on the Globe. Education of Children in Montenegro

  An exclusive Interview with Jasmina Kalezic a Montenegrin Teacher and Children Rights Activist, by: Kaveh Taheri Introduction: – Unlike other countries of the Balkan Peninsula, Montenegro was able to maintain its independence from the Ottoman Empire. From the 16th to 19th centuries, Montenegro became a theocratic state ruled by a series of bishop princes; […]

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