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 […]

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. […]

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, […]

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 […]

The European Azerbaijan School – Driving Educational Success

By Graeme Pollock Azerbaijan is, in many ways, a very fortunate country. The land is rich in natural wealth. But as I have discovered, its greatest resource is not energy or precious metals but its young people. One in two of its 10 million population is under 30. Nearly 25 per cent are under 15. […]

Ecovillage – As A Sustainable Living Model for The New Era

Michiyo Furuhashi is a Japanese educator for sustainable living. She is a board member of Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) International, and a president of Oceania & Asia (GENOA) region. Since 2007, she has lived in the Konohana Family, a spiritual eco-community in Japan. E-mail: michiyo@ecovillage.org GEN: http://gen.ecovillage.org/ GENOA: http://genoa.ecovillage.org/ Konohana Family: http://www.konohana-family.org/for-non-japanese-speakers/ . The fifth […]

TheReformist: Repositioning Conventional Thinking

THEREFORMIST SOCIAL VENTURE As its name suggests, the company was founded out of the need to facilitate a new generation of independent thinkers. Furthermore, it seeks to provide young Africans with quality and well researched knowledge that will further help accelerate youth empowerment for sustainable development. In view of that, we created a platform through […]

Youth Crime Watch of Nigeria, an NGO in Special Consultative status with United Nations Economic and Social Council

  ycwnigeria.org Human rights are “basic rights and freedoms that all people are entitled to regardless of nationality, sex, national or ethnic origin, race, religion, language, or other status. Economic, social and cultural rights are socio-economic human rights, such as the right to education, the right to housing, and the right to health. Economic, social […]

Education on the Frontline. By Irina Bokova.

    Article by Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO for Global Education Magazine “Education on the Frontline” January 2013 . . . . Official photo, Director-General, Irina Bokova – There are today 28 million primary school-age children, and as many or more young people, living in conflict areas and denied the chance to learn. This […]

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Raising Awareness of Global Education Amongst Young People

   Okafor Akachukwu International Development Consultant at Nonprofit Organization Management in Nigeria. e-mail:akachukwu_okafor@yahoo.com web: www.akachukwu.tumblr.com Abstract: Global education is a transformative learning process that is very essential in creating and promoting mutual understanding across racial, cultural, religious, political and geographical divides. Young people as agents of change have a lot of responsibility in fostering global […]

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