There are three lines of research developed in the context of the Chair and connected to the primary theme of Global Citizenship Education. These lines concern: polic and practices networks; conceptualization; the role of the body in educational dynamics and in the transmission of values.
GCE (GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION) AND NETWORKS OF POLICIES AND PRACTICES
UNESCO APCEIU; Bank Moon Center, University of Bologna, University of Alberta.
Understanding and Building Europe and North America as a Regional Network Promoting Global Citizenship Education (GCED)
CONCEPTUALIZATION GCE (GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION)
The Chair contributes for Italy to the data collection and coordination of the Multilingual Global Education Digest which provides a reasoned bibliography of academic materials and research reports relevant in the field of global citizenship education.
WELL-BEING, BODY AND GCE
This line of research is divided into two areas: Global Citizenship Education and Sport; role of the body in the educational processes of global citizenship. The first area investigates how the promotion of motor practices in the school system can increase reflections on participation and equality. The second area focuses on the formation of citizenship processes with embodied approaches.