Solidarity: Out of Guilt or Desire for Change?

Travis Green  Independent Researcher interested in Peacebuilding, Conflict Studies and International Development. trav.s.green@gmail.com . Abstract: This is a reflection on the concept of solidarity. In particular it looks at three cases and problematizes how solidarity is expressed in regards to each situation It links these thoughts with several definitions of solidarity that follow the case studies. […]

Right to Informational Self-Determination of The State and The International Human Right to Education

Mariann Rikka European Inter-University Center, E.MA e-mail: mariannkajak@gmail.com . Abstract: The article aims at discussing the relationship between the sovereignty of the state and an international human right to education with a focus on informational self-determination, including collective identity building and history education. In the first part the content of the international human right to education […]

Let’s Stand Up: Global Education through Song. A song to celebrate inclusion and diversity

www.onemoretime.biz This exciting new approach to global learning through song has been produced as a result of collaboration between former headteacher Brian Beresford and Andrew Simpson, an experienced teacher who also provides teaching resources through his work for the BBC. The eye-catching cover features the artistic talent of Matthew McCrea, a Lancashire Primary School pupil. […]

What is global education about?

 Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti,   Professor of Global Education  vanessa.andreotti@oulu.fi The letter below written by Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti, professor of global education at the University of Oulu, exemplifies the urgency for education to enlarge possibilities for thinking and relating to each other in complex, uncertain, plural and deeply unequal societies. Dear Mr. Obama, 44th President […]

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