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Education provides hope for a fairer and open society

April 11, 2014

Androulla VASSILIOU Member of the European Commission for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth Education provides hope for a fairer and open society (In the Erasmus+ Launch Conference: Changing lives & Opening minds Budapest, 12 March 2014) (Parts of her speech quite relevant to sustainable education) In periods of crisis, our democratic institutions have a

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Post-2015 Agenda: towards a new thinking of the international community

February 28, 2014

In order to increase engagement on the principles of the Millennium Declaration of 2000 and to reaffirm the commitments launched through Millennium Development Goals, the General Assembly of the United Nations promoted a Post-2015 Development Agenda. Thanks to an open and inclusive process, UN aims to support a significant evolution

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Back to Basics: Emphasis on the dialectic relationship and interplay between global and local life.

February 28, 2014

Our project EDUGLOCAL aims to address -under a more “consolidated” scope- the dialectic relationship and interplay between global and local reality which is reflected in all spheres of education, culture and citizenship. As a matter of fact, “Glocal” is a field of education in which -at present- there is vast

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Global Education for Post 2015

January 30, 2014

On the 13th of February 2014, at 13:00 GTM, a webinar on the theme “Global Education for Post 2015” will be held. It is organized by the DEEEP Forum http://movement.deeep.org/. The online Seminar focuses on new post-2015 Framework of the United Nations (new Millennium Development Goals) and what education we want

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