Centre Nord-Sud - Centre Européen pour l'interdépendance et la solidarité mondiales

 

SEMAINE DE L’ÉDUCATION À LA CITOYENNETÉ MONDIALE

16 – 24 novembre 2013

“ OSONS UN STYLE DE VIE DURABLE ! ”

 

Liens utiles pour explorer les questions de développement durable et d’interdépendance mondiale

 

RESSOURCES

LIENS UTILES / RÉSEAUX

    § Greenpeace

    § L’UICN, Union internationale pour la conservation de la nature, aide à trouver des solutions pratiques aux problèmes de l’environnement et du développement les plus pressants.

    § Voir le site de la Commission Européenne sur la Semaine Verte
    Vidéos de la Commission Européenne liées au changement climatique / les questions d'environnement.

    § Rejoignez la plus grande communauté cybernautique de jeunes intéressés par les questions de développement durable et le changement positif : la mission de Taking IT Global est de soutenir les jeunes pour comprendre et d'agir sur les grands défis mondiaux .

Autres liens utiles…

    Annoncer la Couleur :
    Annoncer la Couleur is dedicated to activities instrumental in relaying important issues of global citizenship, such as migration, democracy, cooperation, etc., to young people in a playful and original manner.
    - http://www.annoncerlacouleur.be/ (Dutch, French)

    Global Education:
    This website offers teacher resources for educators, including introductory material, activity suggestions, school case studies, web tools and apps, etc.
    - http://www.globaleducation.edu.au/ (English only)

    Global Campaign for Education:
    The Global Campaign for Education (GCE) is a civil society movement that aims to end the global education crisis. Education is a basic human right, and our mission is to make sure that governments act now to deliver the right of everyone to a free, quality, public education. The website informs about the movement, and puts forward a range of campaigns, reports, and other resources.
    - http://campaignforeducation.org/en (Arabic, English, French, Spanish)

    Migration Citizenship Education:
    is an information platform providing free online access to learning resources related to issues of migration, such as asylum, minorities, identities, immigration societies, and human rights, for European Citizenship Education on a European and national level,
    - http://migrationeducation.de/home.0.html (English only)

    Multicultural Center Prague:
    The Multicultural Center Prague is committed to issues related to the coexistence of different cultures in the Czech Republic and abroad. working on new educational, cultural and information initiatives. The Center organises workshops, courses, international seminars, debates, film screenings and book readings for children, students, teachers, librarians and just about everybody else. Additionally, it runs websites devoted to issues such as migration or multicultural librarianship, offering a well-stocked public library designed for those with an interest in multicultural issues.
    - http://www.mkc.cz/en/home.html (Czech, English)

    Oxfam Education:
    The Oxfam Education website offers hundreds of free online resources, lesson plans, teaching ideas, and support and guidance for education practitioners. The award-winning resources are all quality tested by experienced educators, and all take a Global Citizenship approach.
    - http://www.oxfam.org.uk/education (English only)

    Pocket Cultures:
    Pocket Cultures is an independent site which aims to increase connections, awareness and understanding between different cultures through articles and links about specific aspects of world cultures, high quality, well written blogs from different countries, and real life stories and interviews of people living in cross-cultural relationships, multicultural families, or abroad to convey global perspectives.
    - http://pocketcultures.com/about-pocketcultures/ (English only)

    Portal Globales Lernen:
    The web portal is a central contact point for professional educators, who seek information about global education and/or plan to incorporate it into concrete activities. The page also offers a wealth of materials, documents and background information. (German only)
    - http://www.eine-welt-netz.de/ (German only)

    Refugee Education Initiative:
    The Refugee Education Initiative (REI) links like-minded people from around the world to discuss issues of forced migration, displacement, education and conflict. With a specific focus on improving access to education for refugees and displaced persons.
    - http://www.refugeeeducation.com (English only)

    Right to Education Project:
    The Right to Education Project aims to promote social mobilisation and legal accountability, looking to focus on the legal challenges to the right to education. The website hosts valuable information resources, tools, a country database, and links to related websites.
    - http://www.right-to-education.org (Arabic, English, French, Spanish)

    Swiss Centre for Global Education:
    The Swiss Foundation for Education and Development (FED) is the centre for Global Education in Switzerland. Its educational mandate starts from the idea of a sustainable development and includes those interrelated subjects and questions that are vital for the future of mankind.
    - http://www.globaleducation.ch/ (English, French, German, Italian)

    Films pour un seul monde:
    Films pour un seul monde/Filme für eine Welt, a specialised department of the Swiss Foundation for Education and Development, offers information on a range of films from and about the global South and the global East. Selected according to quality criteria the films deal with issues related to development and intercultural dialogue.
    - http://www.filmeeinewelt.ch/index_fr.html (French, German, Italian)

    UN Human Rights Education:
    Interactive website offering diverse resources to educate yourself or others about human rights, including reading material, videos, podcasts, cartoons, flash games, testimonies, etc.
    - http://www.humanrightseducation.info/index.php (English only)

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Et des idées d’activités…

    Forced Migration:
    This exercise aims for students to develop an understanding of situations which cause people to flee their homes, the rights of the people that are forced to flee, and the processes that protect and support these people.
    http://www.globaleducation.edu.au/teaching-activity/refugees-up.html

    Globalisation:
    In this exercise students explore ways in which they are linked to flows of people, capital, goods and services around the world; discuss advantages and disadvantages of globalisation; and analyse the intercultural understandings that inform working in a global context.
    http://www.globaleducation.edu.au/teaching-activity/whats-globalisation-got-to-do-with-me.html

    Global Education magazine
    Global Education Magazine is an educational magazine with international character promoting ideas and experiences from the work of educational professionals, as well as NGOs, Voluntary Associations, Supranational, National, Regional and Local Institutions and Organizations, that struggle every day to achieve the Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations by 2015 and 2025 . Reflecting on the value and significance of education in the globalized era of the 21st century requires tackling global dynamics (economic, political, cultural, social, educational, etc.) with new forms of cooperation and democratic social organization to respond to the challenge of governance in a cosmopolitan society. Therefore, we consider that the new network societies promoting a better awareness of the problems of a local-global and global-local: the “glocal issues”.
    http://www.globaleducationmagazine.com/

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QUELQUES SUGGESTIONS D’ACTIVITÉS…

    . Mesurer l’impact écologique de nos activités quotidiennes et réfléchir à des alternatives moins polluantes au niveau de la consommation d’énergie; consommation d’eau; option voiture ou transport publics / pollution engendrée lors de nos déplacements ; habitudes de consommation (impact pollution des produits consommés, par exemple produits locaux/produits importés) ;

    . Contacter la mairie ou autorités locales et demander s’il existe une politique de développement durable au niveau de la municipalité ;

    . Identifier/contacter ONG locales impliquées dans le développement durable/environnement et participer/soutenir/diffuser ses actions ;

    . Organiser avec les autorités locales / ONG / media locaux des actions de sensibilisation, recyclage, espace verts, etc.…

    . Créer un réseau local regroupant autorités locales / ONG / media locaux / écoles (…) pour des actions de sensibilisation tout au long de l’année ;

    . Faire un reportage dans votre zone de résidence/travail et demander au gens d’identifier 3 priorités pour aider la planète, partager la vidéo enligne ;

    . Mobilisez-vous et prenez part dans les campagnes de AVAAZ

    . Partager vos initiatives ou découvrez d’autres initiatives dans votre pays à travers le coordinateur national du réseau de la Semaine de l’Education à la Citoyenneté Mondiale de votre pays;

    . Pour plus d’information consultez la page Internet de la Semaine de l’Education à la Citoyenneté Mondiale du Centre Nord-Sud

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