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 […]

Global Citizenship Education: Towards Globalizing Culture of Rights and Responsibilities

  Sudha Sreenivasa Reddy Eco Foundation for Sustainable Alternatives (EFSA) India Sudha179@gmail.com  – – Abstract: It is heartening to see more and more international debates about the gravity of the issues confronting humanity with unprecedented global social, political and ecological dangers. There are very few places on the planet, which are not in a state […]

European Refugee Crisis – Embracing the Spirit of Volunteering

  Athanasia Zagorianou Master of laws (LLM) in Human Rights Law, University of Strathclyde. Citizens Rights Watch (CRW) Researcher & Trustees’ Council Member & Researcher for the “IWB Refugee Project” zagorianoua@gmail.com .  Keith Peter Kiely PhD in Politics, Queens University Belfast. Issues Without Borders (IWB). Researcher/Peer Reviewer/ Grants Team. kkiely01@qub.ac.uk  . Papuc Patricia Casandra President […]

Fenomenología del Voluntariado Internacional

José Manuel Fernández N. Jurista, pensador, estratega y escritor. Correo: jmf7777@gmail.com     Web: http://jmf7777.wix.com/pensador . . Resumen: Hay una nueva generación que es capaz de sentir, y manejar con inteligencia sus paradigmas para vencer obstáculos como las nacionalidades, los fanatismos, la escasez, las documentaciones y a veces el odio que por estadísticas deberían sentir contra […]

Mexico, Transdisciplinarity Migration: Misery and Mercy in Central America

Darío Fabián Hernández González Veracruzana University. Economy and Society Institute (IIESES), Mexico. e-mail: darhernandez@uv.mx – – Abstract: Migration is a sociocultural phenomenon widely examined by different disciplines of science and philosophy. Few studies have been carried out in a multidisciplinary way, and much less in a transdisciplinar way. Before explaining the migration from a transdisciplinar […]

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 […]

Youth, Stand up for Economic Citizenship!

Eva Lestant Child and Youth Finance International e.lestant@outlook.com . Jared Penner Child and Youth Finance International Jared@childfinance.org   /  web: www.childfinance.org . Abstract: The 2008 economic crisis of 2008 brought awareness to stakeholders around the world that the lack of financial literacy, combined with financial deregulation, has brought many households to bankruptcy and poverty. Over the […]

Youthful – The Mindful Natural Way for Each Life

Rashmi Chandran Natural Health and Environmental Research rashmichandran@gmail.com / http://drrashminaturallife.blogspot.in    . Abstract: Youthful is a blessing for any life. The beauty of youthful is its own innocence to live naturally connected with nature, to grow up with maturity, and to embody our mutual care and share. Youthful works its level best at all ages […]

Capitalism, Desperation and Urgency: How Do Working Class Youth Cope With the Capitalist Present?

 Deniz Yonucu is currently a visiting scholar at London School of Economics and Political Science. She received her PhD Degree from the Department of Anthropology at Cornell in May 2014. Funded by the Wenner-Gren Foundation and the Middle East Research Competition of the Ford Foundation, her dissertation, titled, Operations Of Law And Sovereignty From Below: Youth, […]

PROTECTION CHALLENGES FACING RWANDAN REFUGEES IN SOUTH AFRICA

Callixte Kavuro Doctorate Candidate in Public Law at Stellenbosch University and the Chairperson of the Rwandan platform for Dialogue, Trust and Justice (RDTJ)  callixtekav@gmail.com .. Abstract: On December 30, 2011, the UNHCR issued a formal statement declaring that Rwanda is a safe country for Rwandan refugees to return, thereby requesting their host countries to apply […]

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