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Interview with Marta Benavides: “Human Rights and 23rd Century Movement”

  Javier Collado Ruano: Today, 10thDecember 2013, we celebrate the 65º anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights. For this reason, we have a special person with us to commemorate it. Allow me to introduce Ms. Marta Benavides, a good friend from El Salvador and an international activist working on culture of peace, sustainability, inclusiveness, […]

Building a Global Citizens Movement: Towards a World Citizens Movement. The Johannesburg Compass: Questions and Orientations

  Resource: deeep.org 1. Who are we?  As citizens, global and local, and participants of the ‘Building a Global Citizens Movement Johannesburg Conference 2013’, we acknowledge our responsibility for the planet and for humanity and we take responsibility for our individual and collective actions. Collectively, we acknowledge that to reach a just and sustainable world […]

Volunteer

INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER SERVICE While building an awareness of global citizenship in our schools, along with the new subject: Global Education proposed by the Council of Europe (and with our proposal of Worldlogy in the universities) we could view also informal and non-formal education as an engine of change to create a peaceful society through international cooperation. How? We […]

Worldology

A new era of studies to achieve the MDGs Other of our projects is promote a multi, inter and transdisciplinary education in the curricula of the universities in all the countries that are part of the United Nations, in order to teach “reading the world” through a new academic graduation: “worldology”. How can our countries […]

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