North-South Centre - European Centre for Global Interdependence and Solidarity


Strategies for Increasing and Improving Global Education

Global Education Week 2003
“Conflict and Human Security: the World we live in, the World we want”

1. Introduction
2. The aims of the Global Education Week
3. What you can do – Guidelines for school and classroom activities
4. Glossary and Links
5. Global Education Weeks initiatives in the World
6. Global Education newsletter

1. Introduction  

In 1999 the North-South Centre of the Council of Europe has launched the first Global Education Week, promoting school activities in the member States with a specific focus on how to overcome poverty and social exclusion.
Since, and on the basis of the very positive feed-back from 1999, the North-South Centre invites the 45 member States of the Council of Europe to participate annually in the Global Education Week.
This year, following consultation with national contacts, and taking account of the international context, the theme for Global Education Week 2003 focuses on human security, “Conflict and Human Security: the World we live in, the World we want”.
 

2. The aims of the Global Education Week 

The Global Education Week encourages pupils and teachers as well as youth groups to explore educational activities for global citizenship. It is a matter of addressing issues of diversity and inequality at the local as well as at the global level with an understanding of the core issues of global citizenship:

    · awareness of the wider world and of our own role as a world citizens;
    · attitudes of respect for diversity and intercultural communication skills;
    · ability to take action to make the world a more equitable and sustainable place;
    · responsibility for our own actions.

The Global Education Week encourages young people, head teachers, teachers to implement a global education project in their schools, reflecting on how to address exclusion and inequality and discussing globalisation.
For some approaches in teaching about globalisation please consult:
Tide, a teachers' network which supports creative work to meet young people's educational entitlement to understanding the global dimensions, development perspectives and human rights principles which will shape their lives

Under "What you can do" the North-South Centre outlines a series of tips concerning potential projects and activities to put into practice during the Global Education Week. Please feel free to change and add your own. If you provide feed-back to the North-South Centre - miguel.silva@coe.int - concerning your project we will be posting its description and outcomes on the Global Education Week web site.

3. What you can do – 7 Suggestions for school and classroom activities 

Tip 1: Start with an activity about the Global Village

Introduction
We have heard it many times: « we live in a global village »… but how do we perceive this village ? « If the world were a village of 1000 people… » is a simple activity that can be printed and photocopied to encourage participants to reflect (alone or in small groups) about their knowledge and perception about the world we live in. The overall datas are available to compare later on our estimates with available statistics. Why did we over- or under- estimate certain figure? What does it say about our ideas about certain areas of the world? What are the sources of our knowledge about the world? Please provide your feed-back about what happened during the activity and any updates about the datas by writing to miguel.silva@coe.int who will edit them in the "your feed-back" section.

Tip 2: Global Education Week National Contacts and Activities

Activities sent by our national contacts are being posted under the country's name.

To consult GEW activities developed in 2003 please click under the country name, contact website or get in touch with your national contact
For GEW activities developed in 2002 please click here
You may consult GEW activities developed since 2000

(Please note that this list is regularly being updated. If you do not find a contact point for your country, please double-check with the North-South Centre at the following address: miguel.silva@coe.int).

Global Education Network

NATIONAL CONTACTS

ALBANIA

Edit DIBRA

Ministry of Education
Druga e Durresit, NR 23, TIRANA
Tel: (+355) 42 22260 / Fax: 355-42-22060 or 32002
e-mail: editdibra@mash.gov.al

AUSTRIA

Franz HALBARTSCHLAGER
Südwind Agentur
Laudongasse 40 , A-1080 WIEN
Tel.: (+43) 1 405 55 15 - 314
Fax: (+43) 1 405 55 19
e-mail: franz.halbartschlager@oneworld.at
suedwind.bildung@oneworld.at
www.oneworld.at & www.suedwind-agentur.at
and specifically for global education week:
www.globaleducationweek.at

Austria Global Education Week evaluation

BELGIUM

Antonio de la FUENTE
ITECO
2, rue Renkin, 1030 BRUXELLES
(+32) 2 243 70 43
e-mail: antoniodelafuente@iteco.be
www.iteco.be

BULGARIA

Virginia VALOVA
Executive Director
Open Education Centre
31 Dobromir Hriz Street, 1124 SOFIA
Tel/Fax: (+359) 2 946 10 83 / (+359) 2 943 37 15
e-mail: oec@internet-bg.net
www.osf.bg

CROATIA

Sanja VRHOVEC VUCEMILOVIC
Professor of English and Sociology
5th Gymnasium (High School)
Ksaver 75, ZAGREB
Tel.: (+385) 1 482 80 70 (Gymnasium)/ Fax: (+385) 1 467 77 57
e-mail: viv-studio@zg.tel.hr & nina_vucemilovich@yahoo.com

CYPRUS

Valentina DEMETRIADOU-SALTET
Professor
Ap. Petrou & Pavlon Lyceum
31, Golgon Str. - PO Box 51883
3509 LIMASSOL
Tel: (+357) 25 367 669 / Fax: (+357) 25 361 342
e-mail: v.d.feedback@cytanet.com.cy

Pavlos PAVLOU

OELMEC - Organisation of Greek Teachers of the National Education - secondary level - of Cyprus
P. O. Box 22159 - 1518 NICOSIA
Tel.: (+357) 22 378 480 & 22 379 590
Fax: (+357) 22 379 430 & 22 379 550
e-mail : oelmek@cytanet.com.cy

CZECH REPUBLIC

Josef FILOUS

President
CZESHA - Czech Secondary Heads Association
Slovanské Namesti 7, 61200 BRNO
Tel: (+420) 5 49 25 77 09/ Fax: (+420) 5 49 25 77 09
e-mail: gsn@seznam.cz & red@gymnaslo.cz

Ludja ZABLOUDILOVÁ
CZESHA - Czech Secondary Heads Association
e-mail: jaz@gymnaslo.cz

DENMARK

Torben Ulrik NISSEN
Pedagogical Consultant / Teacher
The National Innovative Center of General Education
Islevgaard Allé 5, 2610 RŘDOVRE
Tel.: (+45) 44 91 46 46 / Fax: (+45) 44 91 41 40
e-mail: torben.ulrik.nissen@skolekom.dk
torben.ulrik.nissen@inet-spf.dk

ESTONIA

Ruta PELS, president
People to People Estonia,
33-76 Karberi, TALLINN 13919
Tel.: (+372) 635 56 97 & 630 08 41
e-mail: ptpest@hot.ee
www.ptpe.org
www.ptpest.ee

Estonia Global Education Week evaluation

FINLAND

Anisa DOTY
Coordinator / Global Education
Kehitysyhteistyön palvelukeskus, Kepa ry
Service Centre for Development Cooperation
Sörnäisten rantatie 25 A, 00500 HELSINKI
Tel.:(+358) 9 584 23 271 (direct) / Fax: (+358) 9 584 23 200
e-mail: anisa.doty@kepa.fi
www.kepa.fi & www.kansainvalisyyskasvatus.net

Pia HAKKARI

Kehitysyhteistyön palvelukeskus, Kepa ry
Service Centre for Development Cooperation
Sörnäisten rantatie 25 A, 00500 HELSINKI
Tel.: direct: (+358) 9 584 23 271 / Fax: (+358) 9 584 23 200
e-mail: pia.hakkari@edu.hel.fi

FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA

Linda BEXHETI & Nicola Danielle LEE
Association for Democratic Initiatives
B. Jovanoski 61, GOSTIVAR 1230
Tel.:(+389) 42 22 11 00 / (+389) 42 22 11 02
e-mail: linda@adi.org.mk & niki@adi.org.mk
adi@adi.org.mk
http://www.adi.org.mk/

FRANCE

Hanna ALLOUCH & Philippe MOBBS
SSI Semaine de la Solidarité Internationale
c/o CRID, 14 passage Dubail, 75010 PARIS.
Tel.: (+33) 1 44 72 07 71 - Fax: (+33) 1 44 72 06 84
direct line: (+33) 1 44 72 89 77
e-mail: hanna.allouch@lasemaine.org & philippe.mobbs@lasemaine.org
lasemaine@lasemaine.org
www.lasemaine.org

Anne CAUWEL

Délégation aux relations internationales et ŕ la coopération DRIC/B3 - DRIC (Direction des Relations internationales et de la coopération)
Ministčre de la jeunesse et de l'éducation nationale
4 rue Danton, 75006 PARIS
e-mail: anne.cauwel@education.gouv.fr

GEORGIA

Manana DEVIDZE
Associate professor of Tbilisi State University, chair of Ecology;
& director of NGO Foundation "Caucasus Environment"
Ave. Chavchavadze 1,380028 TSU, TBILISI
Tel/fax: (+995 32) 72 20 60
e-mail: mandev@gol.ge
http://cauenv.cenn.org

GERMANY

Linda HELFRICH

Coordinator Global Education Unit
WUS – World University Service
Goebenstrasse 35, D-65195 WIESBADEN
Tel: (+49) 611 944 61 70/1 / Fax: (+49) 611 446 489
e-mail: helfrich@wusgermany.de
www.wusgermany.de
and specifically for Global Education Week:
Global Education Week 2003 in Deutschland

GREECE

Christos CHRISTIDIS
Director
GAIA Education Centre
Plateia Aristotelous 4, 546 23 THESSALONIKI
Tel: (+30) 2 310 236 415 / Fax: (+30) 2 310 238 494
e-mail: gaiaec@spark.net.gr

Greece Global Education Week evaluation

HUNGARY

Agnes LUSZTIG
lusztiga@hotmail.com
AFS Magyarország Nemzetközi Csereprogram Alapítvány
H-1123 Budapest, Alkotás u. 37. I/6.
Tel.: (+36 1) 212-1821
Fax: (+36 1) 214-9972
Hosting: (+36 1) 225-0826
Sending: (+36 1) 225-1380
e-mail: info-hungary@afs.org
Web: www.afs.hu
AFS International: www.afs.org

IRELAND

Johnny SHEEHAN
NYCI
3 Montague Street, Dublin 2, Ireland.
Tel.:(+ 353) 1 478 41 22 – Fax: (+ 353) 1 478 39 74
e-mail: johnnysheehan@eircom.net & johnny.sheehan@nyci.ie
www.youth.ie
and specifically for Global Education Week:
http://www.youth.ie/programmes/oww.html

ITALY

Paola GIANNI
CICSENE – Pianetá Possibile
Via Borgosesia 30, I-10145 TORINO
Tel.: (+39) 011 741 24 35 / Fax: (+39) 011 771 09 64
e-mail: cicsene@teoresi.net
www.arpnet.it/cicsene
and specifically for Global Education Week:
http://www.arpnet.it/cicsene/PianetaEN.htm

Italy Global Education Week Evaluation

LATVIA

Diana SHULGA
Institute for Environmental Science and Management
Centre for Environmental Science and Management Studies
University of Latvia
Raina blvd. 19, LV-1586 RIGA
Tel.: (+371) 703 45 75 / 732 56 64; Fax: (+371) 703 45 72 / 732 56 64
e-mail: diana@lanet.lv

LITHUANIA

Loreta ZADEIKAITE
Head of Basic and Secondary Education Division
General Education Department
Ministry of Education and Science
A.Volano 2/7, 2691 VILNIUS
Tel.: (+370) 2 74 31 48 / Fax: (+370) 2 61 20 77
e-mail: loreta@smm.lt

Giedrius KIAULINAS

Lithuanian Centre for Civic Initiatives
(+370) 86 55946
e-mail: brunduliak@yahoo.co.uk

LUXEMBOURG

Delfine BEIRĂO
Cercle des ONGD du Luxembourg
13, Avenue Gastron Diderich, LUXEMBOURG
Tel.: (+352) 26 45 99 11 / Fax: (+352) 26 45 97 26
e-mail: education.nord-sud@ongd.lu

MALTA

Philip E. SAID & Rita DEBATTISTA
Department of Curriculum Education Division
Department of Curriculum Management
Education Division
The Mall, Floriana - MALTA
Tel.: (+356).22.49.33 Ext. 210 / Fax: 356.24.86.94
e-mail: philip.e.said@gov.mt & rita2deb@di-ve.com
and specifically for global education :
www.mri.gov.mt

MOLDOVA

Oxana JIOARA
Centre of Information and Documentation on the Council of Europe
Bibliothčque Nationale de Moldova
78-a rue du 31 aoűt, MD-2012 CHISINAU
Tel: (+373) 2 241 096 ou 2 244 501 / Fax: (+373) 2 241 096
e-mail: bice@moldova.md
www.bice.md

THE NETHERLANDS

Gerard LOMMERSE
Director
Alice O education in a global perspective (National Agency for Global Education)
Oostenburgervoorstraat 90 - PO Box 1548
NL-1000 BM AMSTERDAM
Tel: (+31) 20 620 48 15 / Fax: (+31) 20 639 14 99
e-mail: g.lommerse@aliceO.nl
www.aliceO.nl

The Netherlands Global Education evaluation

NORWAY

Hanne AABY
Storgt. 33 A, 0184 OSLO
Tel.: (+47) 22 86 84 00
e-mail: hanne.aaby@fn-sambandet.no

POLAND

Stefania WILKIEL

Expert at the Department for European Integration and International Co-operation
Ministry of National Education
Al. Szucha 25, 00-918 WARSAW
Tel.: (+48) 22 628 41 35 / Fax: (+48) 22 628 85 61
e-mail: wilkiel@men.waw.pl

PORTUGAL

Cristina PEIXINHO
Co-ordinator of Development Education projects
OIKOS – Development Co-operation
Rua de Santiago, 9, 1100 LISBOA
Tel: (+351) 21 882 36 30 / 34 / Fax: (+351) 21 882 36 35
e-mail: mcs@oikos.pt
cpeixinho@netcabo.pt
www.oikos.pt
&
www.forumdc.net/forumdc/matriz.asp

ROMANIA

Rodica - Diana CHERCIU
Office for Extra- Curricular Activities
Ministry of Education and Research
Inv. Preuniversitar-Serviciul Educativ
Tel.: (+40) 21 315 78 37, & 21 313 79 56
e-mail: rodica.cherciu@men.edu.ro
www.edu.ro

Romania Global Education Week evaluation

SLOVAKIA

Milan SINDLER & Maja DUFINCOVA
Slovak Development NGO Platform
Miskovecka 2, KOSICE 040 11
Tel.: (+421) 55 646 0457
Fax: (+421) 55 645 0494
e-mail: monty@netax.sk & maja_dufi@erko.sk
Co-ordinators of Global Education in Slovakia:
Lýdia Desiatniková - lyddes@orangemail.sk
Dr.Milan Šindler - monty@netax.sk
Dr.Daniela Jutková - osmt@ke4.vs.sk
You can send us information on your activities, ideas, suggestions and experiences with your Global Education activities at:
geweek@centrum.cz

Slovakia Global Education Week evaluation

SLOVENIA

Zlatka ERNST
Office of the Republic of Slovenia for Youth
Ministry of Education, Science and Sport
Stefanova, nş1
1000 LJUBLANA
Tel.: (+386) 1 426 5701
Fax: (+386) 1 425 9146
e-mail: zlatka.Ernst@gov.si
http://www.uradzamladino.gov.si/
http://www.mszs.si/slo/

SPAIN

Xavier PASCUAL CALVO
School teacher and Global Education Co-ordinator
Intercultura
Enric Granados, 139, pral.2Ş
E-08008 BARCELONA.
Tel.: (+34) 935 321 507
Tel.mobile (+34) 609 942 359
e-mail: xpascua2@pie.xtec.es
www.afs-intercultura.org

Concepción GARCÍA

Área de Educación para el Desarrollo
ACSUR-Las Segovias
e-mail: educacion2@acsur.org

www.acsur.org

SWEDEN

Hans LEVANDER & Josefina LOFGREN
Life-Link Friendship-Schools
Uppsala Science Park
SE-751 83 UPPSALA
Tel.: (+46) 18 504 344 / Fax: (+46) 18 508 503
e-mail: friendship-schools@life-link.org & josefina.lofgren@home.se
www.life-link.org

SWITZERLAND

Anita SCHÄRLI
Fondation Éducation et Développement/ Stiftung Bildung und Entwicklung
Monbijoustrasse 31
CH-3001 BERN
Tel.: (+41) 31 389 20 25/ Fax: (+41) 31 389 20 29
e-mail: anita.schaerli@bern.globaleducation.ch
www.globaleducation.ch

TURKEY

Özgehan ŞENYUVA
Genclik Servisleri Merkezi
Youth Services Centre
Bayindir Sok. 45/9, KIZILAY 06650
ANKARA
Tel.: (+90) 312 417 11 24 / Fax: (+90) 312 425 81 92
e-mail: gsm@gsm-youth.org
www.gsm-youth.org

UNITED KINGDOM

Helen GARFORTH
One World Week
P O Box 2555, READING
RG1 4XW
Tel.:(+44) 118 939 49 33 / Fax: (+44) 118 939 49 36
e-mail: helen@oneworldweek.org
enquiries@oneworldweek.org
www.oneworldweek.org

Kwasi BOATENG

One World Week Ghana
e-mail: knakboateng@hotmail.com

INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS:

Alicia CABEZUDO
EDUCATING CITIES - International Association of Educating Cities
Ronda Sant Antoni, 49 pral
08011 BARCELONA
Tel.: (+34) 93 292 82 72 / Fax. (+34) 93 425 39 55
e-mail: pe_latamerica@yahoo.com.ar
www.edcities.bcn.es/eng

Elena MENDES
YDC - Youth for Development and Cooperation
Postbus 3201
3003 AE ROTTERDAM
Tel.: (+31) 10 243 02 36
Fax: (+31) 10 243 02 37
e-mail: ydc@xs4all.nl
www.ydc.nl

Christian MOLLEROP

OBESSU - Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions
Westermarkt 2-V
NL-1016 DK AMSTERDAM
Tel.: (+31) 20 623 47 13 / Fax: (+31) 20 625 58 14
e-mail: christian@obessu.org
obessu@obessu.org
www.obessu.org

Tip 3: Present (or get in touch with) School Links Experiences

Use the Global Education Week to give visibility and promote School Links and Youth Work Camps projects. Share ideas and checklists for making such presentations effective and consult on-line information such as:

And its specific programs

Alice O Message in a Bottle, NL

Or

Alice O Zimsurf, Haarlem-Mutare, NL-Zimbabwe:

And

Tip 4: Consult and join forces with World Aware Education Award Laureates

In co-operation with the Dutch Committee for International Co-operation and Sustainable Development - NCDO and the Austrian Development Co-operation - Komment, the North-South Centre awards annually the World Aware Education Award prizes for global education projects involving partnerships at the local level.
The awards are attributed to partnerships of relevant actors (NGO/government/educational institution) who have existing projects that improve, increase or integrate global education in secondary schools. Please click here to read about the World Aware Education Award laureates

Tip 5: Consult on-line teaching units

For a comprehensive list of on-line Global Education Resources you can start with:
http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/rmext05/glo/rrn.html

Tip 6: Request and disseminate Examples of Good Practice

The North-South Centre is producing a series of publications focusing on Examples of good practice in Education for Global Citizenship.

    · the first volume (available in English and French) focusing on Global Education in Europe including ten case studies and ten photocopiable, ready-to-use activities

    · the second volume (available in Portuguese) focusing on Global Education in Portuguese Speaking Countries. The English version is available through this link.

For further queries concerning the publications please contact muriel.julien@coe.int or miguel.silva@coe.int
Do not hesitate to send your examples of Good Practice to miguel.silva@coe.int

Tip 7: Monitor the media

Pay attention to the way the media deal with issues of globalisation, social exclusion, and inequality. Select different perspectives and encourage discussion taking into account different points of view. Consult activities available on this issue developed by the Global Express project: http://www.dep.org.uk/links/news.html

4. Glossary and Links  

Agenda 21: the Action plan for sustainable development adopted at the 1992 Rio Earth Summit. A comprehensive list of educational resources on this topic can be found at:http://eelink.net/

Globalisation: is characterised by "shrinking space, shrinking time and disappearing borders", through the development of market economy, communications technologies, biotechnology, etc. It is the main focus of the 1999 Human Development Report (http://www.undp.org/hdro/99.htm)
For an overview of Global Trends please visit the UN Cyber School Bus at:
http://www.un.org/Pubs/CyberSchoolBus/special/globo/glotrend/index.htm

Just Business - Educational resources for Economics and Business Studies Teachers
http://www.jusbiz.org/index.shtml

Poverty: A state of deprivation, of not being able to meet the minimum standards for decent living. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) provides annual report about poverty and development at: http://www.undp.org/hdro/
The eradication of poverty is the main subject of the 1997 Human Development Report (http://www.undp.org/hdro/97.htm)

Solidarity: the ability to empathise and support each other. An agenda for social solidarity was discussed and agreed upon in the 1995 Copenhagen World Social Summit, including an action plan for the eradication of poverty available at:http://www.iisd.ca/linkages/vol10/1044000e.html

Sustainable Development: development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. For a State of Environment Report, including many national profiles you can refer to: http://www.cnie.org/stateof.htm and to http://www.grida.no/

Sustainable Future: one in which a healthy environment, economic prosperity and social justice are pursued simultaneously to ensure the well-being and the quality of life of present and future generations. Education is crucial to attaining that future. See for example the Canadian teaching units from the Learning for Sustainable Future project at: http://www.schoolnet.ca/vp-pv/learning/e/index.html

The myEUROPE Schools Network is a group of more than 970 schools. They form a unique community of teachers who work for the development and the enhancement of our common European identity

Education networks

- Associated Schools Project Network - ASPnet

The main purpose of UNESCO, according to its Constitution, is to contribute to peace and security by promoting the collaboration of nations through education, science and culture, in order to further universal respect for justice, the rule of law, human rights and fundamental freedoms for the peoples of the world, regardless of race, sex, language or religion. One of the basic aims of the Organization has always been the promotion of peace and international co-operation through education. After its foundation in 1946, educators working with UNESCO produced an impressive number of new ideas and suggestions concerning the education of young people for international understanding.
In order to translate these ideas into concrete action, UNESCO launched the Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet) in 1953. As of the year 2003, it includes over 7,000 educational institutions, ranging from pre-school education to teacher training in 166 countries.
Associated Schools commit to promoting the ideals of UNESCO by conducting pilot projects in favour of better preparing children and young people to meet effectively the challenges of an increasingly complex and interdependent world.

- Development Education Association - DEA
Development education aims to raise awareness and understanding of how global issues affect the everyday lives of individuals, communities and societies and how all of us can and do influence the global.
www.dea.org.uk

- Development Education Exchange in Europe Project - DEEEP
DEEEP is a 3-year programme that aims to increase the capacity of European NGDOs to deliver grassroots Development Education (DE) via methodological exchange, training, improved networking, elaboration of common policies and common projects.

- European federation for Intercultural Learning - EFIL, the European federation for Intercultural Learning coordinates a thematic network of organisations, schools, and trainers who have a key role in promoting global education in Europe.
EFIL Global Education Reader

- LearningChannel.org, multimedia web portal on global education

- Learning Activities for Use With Young People to Explore the Issue of Discrimination

- Polygone is a European network for Development Education, created with the aim of debating the role education should play, as a transforming activity, in the diverse societies of the North and the South. It is also a frame to exchange experiences, materials and theoretical models.

Pedagogical resources

Please consult a selection of useful links to organisations dealing with global education issues and pedagogical tools … more

Do not hesitate to send your suggestions of useful links to miguel.silva@coe.int

North-South Centre resources

This space provides information on all resources produced and gathered by the North-South Centre. It facilitates access to the Interdependent (the North-South Centre's information bulletin), working documents, publications, and reports in thematic and chronological order, as well as a list of relevant websites…. more

Training

Explore The Partnership Programme between the Council of Europe and the European Commission on European Youth Worker Training

5. Global Education Week initiatives in the World 

- One World Week UK
Under the theme Moving Stories, One World Week gives you the opportunity to explore: people moving, moving on from poverty and moving towards sustainability. You can tackle all three topics, or pick one, or use ‘moving stories’ to focus on something different if that is more appropriate locally.
Find out what happens in OWW here.

- Christian Aid One World Week
Set up in 1978, Christian Aid One World Week aims to being people together for one week a year to remind themselves and their communities that we are one human race, sharing one planet. It is a week to learn about global issues and to take action locally on things that have a global impact. OWW events now take place all over the world, from Japan to Uganda to India.

- National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) One World Week
NYCI One World Week is a week of youth-led awareness raising, education and action that takes place throughout Ireland during the third week in November every year.

- International Education Week in the US

- Week for International Solidarity in France
This national and local event is a joint initiative launched by NGOs in close collaboration with the public authorities. It brings together all the actors involved in international solidarity (associations, NGOs, local communities, schools, trade unions, work councils...).

6. Global Education newsletter 

The Global Education Newsletter, a monthly electronic newsletter for Global Education networks, to share global education news, events and experiences, useful thematic links and educational materials, and serving as an informative vehicle for the global education practitioners.
Wishing you a fruitful reading and looking forward for your comments or suggestions you can address to miguel.silva@coe.int