Historic Paris Agreement on #ClimateChange #COP21

195 Nations Set Path to Keep Temperature Rise Well Below 2 Degrees Celsius An historic agreement to combat climate change and unleash actions and investment towards a low carbon, resilient and sustainable future was agreed by 195 nations in Paris today. The Paris Agreement for the first time brings all nations into a common cause […]

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 […]

La huella ecológica y social: un desafío para la ciudadanía mundial

  Javier Collado Ruano en el espectacular paisaje de montaña del karst de Yangshuo, región de Guangxi de China. English Version Desde la perspectiva transdisciplinar de la Gran Historia, la Tierra es un sistema auto-eco-organizado que se estructura a través de sofisticados procesos de co-evolución entre los organismos vivos y no vivos. La vida hizo […]

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 […]

The World is Changing. Are you? Volunteer!

Richard Dictus Executive Coordinator United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme on the occasion of the International Volunteer Day (IVD) 5 December 2015 . – This year’s International Volunteer Day (IVD) theme, “The world is changing. Are you? Volunteer!” is challenging each and every one of us to be part of implementing the newly launched Global Goals. […]

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. […]

Residuos Sólidos: La Cooperación Internacional entre Brasil y Haití

Ana Verena Menezes Abogada, Internacionalista y Mestre en Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo por la Universidad de Salamanca (España). anaverena.m@gmail.com  . Resumen: El trabajo a seguir discute la Cooperación Sur- Sur entre Brasil y Haití en relación a la temática de los residuos sólidos. Para realizar este análisis se adopta como ejemplo el proyecto de […]

The #Earth Statement “In order to bring true #peace to the Earth”

Michiyo FURUHASHI Member of the Konohana Family, a Japanese spiritual community which applies the Universal Circulation Method based on the Katakamuna civilization that existed in East Asia about 13000 years ago. She is responsible for international communications and also serves as the president of “Green Grass”, a non-profit organization. E-mail: michiyo@konohana-family.org Konohana Family: http://www.konohana-family.org/for-non-japanese-speakers/ Konohana […]

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’ […]

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