SEDARVP-Ghana

SEDARVP-Ghana is a local N.G.O known as Social Education Development and Rural Volunteer program with its headquarters located in the northern part of Ghana. It is a non-profit making, non-partisan, non-religious, non-racial and non-ethnic centred organization. Sedarvp-Ghana is one of the fastest youth and women empowerment growing volunteer organisations in Ghana which aims at bringing […]

The Ecological and Social Footprint: A Challenge for Global Citizenship

Javier Collado-Ruano in the dramatic karst mountain landscape of Yangshuo County, China’s Guangxi region. versión castellano          From the transdisciplinary perspective of the Big History, the Earth is a self-eco-organized system structured through sophisticated processes of co-evolution between living and non-living organisms. Life made its appearance on our planet between 3,8 and 3,5 […]

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 #Volunteer Day

    Salimatou Fatty Founder/CEO- Salimatou’s Foundation for Education Global Youth Ambassador- A world at school Assistance Programmer Officer-Teaching Award Trust Assistance Summer Camp Coordinator- Education For African Future salimatoufatty@gmail.com  . . . . I am Salimatou Fatty, a proudly Gambian volunteer for young people. I am very enthusiastic about issues concerning the girl-child, youths, children and […]

La Sonrisa Nómada: un proyecto #voluntario transcultural

Iván y Diego en su ciudad natal: Lugo. Javier Collado Ruano: Estimados/as lectores/as, hoy tenemos el gusto de entrevistar a Iván Doel Varela y Diego Segade Blanco, del equipo “La Sonrisa Nómada“. Les conozco desde hace años y su rica visión de mundo y larga experiencia en temáticas sociales son un ejemplo para nuestra sociedad. […]

Liberating the “Untouchables”

    By Jose kalathil kalathil.jose@gmail.com    . As the world celebrated the Toilet Day on 19 November, the world’s 2.3 billion people did not have reason to be merry, as they lacked private toilets. In India, they number 774 million. Among them, according to government, 11,000 are engaged in the centuries-old practice of physically removing human excrement from ‘dry’ […]

MARIELLA FROSTRUP BRINGS HOPE AND HUMAN RIGHTS TO MAASAI SCHOOLGIRLS THIS CHRISTMAS

Broadcaster and human rights campaigner Mariella Frostrup is bringing hope to schoolgirls in Africa this Christmas.  Mariella Frostrup is putting her face to a Christmas Appeal that could help thousands of Maasai and other young pastoralist girls in Tanzania have the same access to education as boys. “Gender equality is a subject close to my […]

Sustainable Development Goals

One of the main outcomes of the Rio+20 Conference was the agreement by member States to launch a process to develop a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which will build upon the Millennium Development Goals and converge with the post 2015 development agenda (click here for information on different work streams). It was decided […]

Three #UN agencies join forces to boost #education of adolescent girls and young #women

  The heads of UNESCO, UNFPA and UN Women sealed a partnership to empower adolescent girls and young women through education, by signing a joint programme agreement at the headquarters of the United Nations Population Fund in New York. The agreement was signed today by UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova, UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin […]

2015 #EFA #Gender Report: Less than half of countries have achieved gender parity in #education 

A new Gender Report compiled by UNESCO’s EFA Global Monitoring Report (GMR) for International Day of the Girl Child, shows that fewer than half of countries – of which none in sub-Saharan Africa – have achieved the goal of gender parity in both primary and secondary education, even though all were supposed to achieve it […]

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