Global Education Magazine: International Day of Peace

Download here . Astrobiological Foundations of Humanity: The Origin of the Cosmodern Consciousness Los Fundamentos Astrobiológicos de la Humanidad: el Origen de la Consciencia Cosmoderna Javier Collado Ruano, Director of Global Education Magazine . ESPECIAL:A Reflection on War and Peace for International Peace Day, Greg Simons . De nuevo, la seguridad y no la paz,Federico Mayor […]

Global Education Magazine: International Women´s Day (8th March 2014)

Download here THIS EDITION IS A TRIBUTE TO THE WOMEN WHO GIVE US LIFE “I saw that displaced women had many difficulties; they lived through atrocities and had enormous trauma. I realised that learning to write and training will help them forget the trauma, and what they had to go through. This is what pushed […]

Global Education Magazine: Human Rights Day

Download the magazine here     IN MEMORIAM: NELSON MANDELA We speak here of the challenge of the dichotomies of war and peace, violence and non-violence, racism and human dignity, oppression and repression and liberty and human rights, poverty and freedom from want. Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Address (10 December 1993)   AMANDLA! Global Education […]

Human Collaboration the Peoples Revolution of a Global Learning Framework

Richard Close CEO-Servant, The Chrysalis Campaign. As a senior consultant, Richard has developed programs for different companies, including poverty curriculum development in Bridgeport, CT and the development of a UNESCO PPN African portal. e-mail: [email protected] web: http://globallearningframework.ning.com  . Abstract: “While traditional classrooms wade through indexed text books chapter by chapter in order to pass Friday’s test, […]

World Refugee Day: the Hidden Truth of Refugees

World Refugee Day: The Hidden Truth of Refugees from Global Education Magazine on Vimeo.   Balata Camp is the largest refugee camp in the West Bank The area is 0.25 km2. The population registered by the UNRWA are 26,500 but the real number in the camp are 28,000. The unemployment rate in Balata camp is […]

Global Education Magazine: International Day of Democracy (September 15th, 2013)

Download the magazine here   Cultural Democracy is a dynamic process which works to create awareness and responsibility with people in the free world. Considering the challenges of globalization, this edition of Global Education Magazine intends to reflect on the supranational level actions that promote political unity and equal rights, respecting all diversity and minorities. Karibu! The word democracy […]

Interview with “Mama” Hawa Aden Mohamed, 2012 Nansen Refugee Award

Resource: 2012 UNHCR/F.Juez Javier Collado Ruano: Dear readers, it is a big pleasure present Ms. “Mama” Hawa Aden Mohamed: a Somali humanitarian, educator and women´s rights advocate which won the 2012 Nansen Refugee Award. Ms. “Mama” Hawa is a big activist which solidarity showed us many valuable lessons in peacebuilding activism. السلام عليكم(Salaam Aleikum) Ms. “Mama” Hawa, thank you very much for accepting our invitation in […]

Global Education Magazine: World Health Day (April 7th 2013)

Download the magazine here Human Health is a reflection of Earth Health. It is essential to share knowledge to uplift our bonds and renew the spirit-consciousness in every corner of the planet. In Global Education Magazine we stand up for Global Health as a fundamental way to reach human happiness. Namaste! The main goal of the […]

Global Education Magazine: World Refugee Day (June 20th 2013)

Download the magazine here While the world-society close its eyes, refugees, stateless, asylum seekers and internally displaced people are suffering each day. This edition wants to raise awareness about transcultural links to develop a new identity “Earth-Homeland”.   Sağlık! The mission of Global Education Magazine is to propose a moral agreement between all interested people […]

El VIH/SIDA como Objetivo de Desarrollo del Milenio: el caso de Nicaragua y su Índice de Desarrollo Humano

  Itahisa Pérez-Pérez Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Departamento de Ciencias Sociales e-mail: [email protected]  / twitter: @Itahisa_perez Resumen: Nicaragua se sitúa en el puesto 129 de los 187 países que forman parte del Informe de Desarrollo Humano (2011), retrocediendo 14 puestos al estar situado en 2010 en la posición 115 (de 169 países). Su Índice […]

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