Douglas Bourn and Massimiliano Tarozzi have collaborated to produce a new volume published by Bloomsbury Academic in the ongoing series ‘Advances in Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship’.
Ebook available in open acces
Marcella Milana, member of the Scientific Committee of the UNESCO Chair, will speak at a policy roundtable on ECGs at the European Parliament on 16 November. The event will be broadcast live from 9-11am. Registration is required to attend.
On 17 and 18 November 2023, the first transnational conference ‘Creating Glocal Perspectives – Global Citizenship Education for a Transformed Future’, organised by the University of Klagenfurt, will take place online. Professor Tarozzi will participate as a speaker in the panel discussion ‘Different Perspectives of Global Citizenship Education’.
Applications are now open for the Intensive Course on Global Citizenship Education to be held in Tunis from 13 to 18 November. The course is organised by the Italian Foundation for Higher Education in Africa (IHEA) in collaboration with the UNESCO Office for the Maghreb in Tunis and the UNESCO Chair in ECG.
Registration closes on 30 October.
Nella tana del bianconiglio. Pedagogical slots between the complexity of the present and the reinvention of the future.
On Wednesday 08/11/2023 at 16.45 in the Sala Stabat Mater of the Archiginnasio Library there will be a seminar promoted by the Departments EDU and FILCOM of the University of Bologna on the topic of complexity applied to educational contexts and the visions of the future that the new generations can aspire to. The event is free of charge.
INSIGHTS INTO GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP AND TEACHING OF CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES IN FINNISH UPPER SECONDARY VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
On Friday 29 September, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in Room 2, Via Azzo Gardino 33, Bologna, Riikka Suhonen, visiting professor at the University of Helsinki, will give a seminar on the challenges that different forms of knowledge, information and disinformation from social media pose for critical global citizenship education. Free admission.
On Thursday, September 21, in Bologna, the UNESCO Chair invites you to the First Interregional Forum on Global Citizenship Education organized as part of the R-Educ- – “Regions for Global Citizenship Education: Models of Governance and Good Practices” project.
R-Educ project website is online. The initiative funded by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS) and promoted by the Emilia-Romagna Region, aims to develop and sustain the concept of “citizenship” and promote change and awareness for a more sustainable and just world.
Master’s Degree in Education for the Reception and Integration of Migrants, Asylum Seekers and Refugees
The call for applications is open for the two-year first level Master’s Degree proposed by the Department of Educational Sciences “Giovanni Maria Bertin” with the aim of training professionals working within the reception system for migrants on Italian territory.
On Monday 15 May at 5pm, a conference will be held at the Gambalunga Library, Via A. Gambalunga 27, Rimini, to launch the Global Education and Learning (GEL), a database collecting more than 3400 publications in 10 different languages in the field of Global Citizenship Education.