Sustainable Development Goals for 2030: The Land Beyond Borders for our Planetary Youth

Interconnecting dreams in the land beyond borders. Photo in Vitsa, Greece. Spanish version Around the world, young people of both sexes look to the future, and question current socio-economic models that are based on the irrational exploitation of natural resources. While it is true that capitalist systems have brought enormous material benefits, their functionalist view subordinates […]

Los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible de 2030: una tierra más allá de las fronteras para nuestra juventud planetaria

Interconectando sueños en la tierra del más allá de las fronteras. Foto en Vitsa, Grecia. Versión  inglés En todo el mundo, los jóvenes de ambos sexos miramos hacia el futuro y nos cuestionamos los modelos socio-económicos actuales que se basan en la explotación irracional de recursos naturales. Si bien es cierto que el sistema capitalista ha […]

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. […]

LA COSMOVISIÓN MAYA EN LA INTERPRETACIÓN DEL FIN DE UNA ERA: OXLAJUJ B’AQTUN

Víctor Cristales  Colectivo de Educación para todas y todos de Guatemala. Directivo Campaña Latinoamericana por el Derecho a la Educación CLADE  victorcr53@gmail.com . Resumen: Nos está tocando vivir el final de un gran ciclo de tiempo marcado por nuestras Abuelas y nuestros Abuelos, conformado por Oxlajuj B’aqtun llamada Era Maya, que en el calendario gregoriano […]

ERASMUS YOUTH AND EDUCATORS PROGRAMME

>The NGO – Objectif Sciences International The non-profit association Objectif Sciences International offers high-quality science camps for children and teenagers all over the world. These science camps are organised with the aim of discovering and experimenting new ways of conducting science projects while respecting Nature and the Environment. http://www.science-camps.com/ The aim of the NGO is […]

2015 UNESCO Literacy Prizes go to organizations in Chile, Madagascar, Mozambique, Slovakia and Sri Lanka

The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, has named this year’s laureates of UNESCO’s International Literacy Prizes: Associação Progresso in Mozambique and Sri Lanka’s National Institute of Education will receive the UNESCO King Sejong Literacy Prize, while Madagascar’s Platform of Associations in Charge of ASAMA and Post-ASAMA will receive theUNESCO Confucius Prize for Literacy alongside Juan Luis Vives School of Valparaiso in […]

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 […]

$2.3 Billion Required to Send Children to School in War-Torn Countries

Français A new paper by UNESCO’s Education For All Global Monitoring Report (EFA GMR) shows that 34 million children and adolescents are out of school in conflict-affected countries.  The most vulnerable are the hardest hit: the poorest are twice as likely to be out of school as their counterparts in peaceful countries. The paper shows […]

2,3 milliards de dollars sont nécessaires pour scolariser les enfants des pays frappés par la guerre

English version Selon un nouveau document du Rapport mondial de suivi sur l’Éducation pour tous (GMR) de l’UNESCO, 34 millions d’enfants et d’adolescents ne sont pas scolarisés dans les pays touchés par un conflit. Les plus vulnérables sont les plus durement atteints : pour les plus pauvres, la probabilité de ne pas être scolarisé est deux fois plus […]

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