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Join the Global Education Week 2020 and share your voice to take action for our world. 

Participating is easy, you don’t need to register or send an application. Just grab the camera or your smartphone and have your say on a short video about how we all need to do our part as global citizens to make our world better for all and sustainable in the future. 
You can do it individually or you can gather a group of friends, your family, the entire school or your colleagues at work. Just make sure to share your message on your Facebook account using the hashtag #GEW20, in the days before or during the Week (16-20 November). 

 

Additionally you can tag your national global education coordinator or the Global Education Network’s page.

For the contents of your message you can take inspiration using the GEW2020 toolkit.

 The best videos will be also featured on Global Education Week online channels.

WEBINAR WEBINAR

"Global Education and Youth Participation” is the theme of the joint international webinar, co-organised by Sudwind and the Global Education Network, which will be held on 17th November (2-4 pm CET).

The webinar is open to the participation of any teacher, youth worker, student or anyone interested in joining the conversation.

To attend the event, please use the online registration form.

For more information about the action plan for GEW2020 in Austria, please visit www.globaleducationweek.at

 

Webinar Webinar

INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY. Which paths to guarantee long lasting changes?
November 19 2020, 3pm CET - Language: English (French simultaneous interpretation).

Central to the #SolidAction campaign is the understanding that one powerful way to ensure international solidarity is to develop resilient and critical societies of self-motivated and well-informed citizens; reason why this second series’ webinar will merge with another flagship initiative of the North-South Centre: the Global Education Week. 

Moderated by Cathie Burton, this interactive debate will open a conversation with three audiovisual, media literacy and civic engagement experts. 

Join us, follow the debate and ask your questions! 

Register now