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In March 2015, over 400 students from five high schools across Canada, in partnership with the Centre for Global Citizenship Education, The Centre for Global Education and TakingITGlobal spent a day in an online gathering, called a Virtual Town Ha
‘Transition in Action – Totnes and District 2030’ is the UK’s first comprehensive Energy Descent Action Plan designed for and by a local community.
This is the master’s thesis of the DEEEP4 project coordinator Tobias Troll.
This report by Johannes Krause reflects the outcomes and results, the challenges and dilemmas, the achievements and lessons learnt of the DEEEP4 project (2013-2015).
This is a research report, by Harm-Jan Fricke and Cathryn Gathercole with contributions from Amy Skinner, that seeks to address the following questions:
Mobilising Different Conversations about Global Justice in Education: Toward Alternative Futures in Uncertain Times.
This is article uses the method of social cartography with the intention to contribute to different conversations about global justice and education. It introduces 4 cartographies that are relevant for mapping discussions in the field of GCE.
This reflection piece (essay), published in the Heinrich Heinrich Böll Stiftung Ecology series, documents the lessons learned from organizing the Canada’s Leap Manifesto.
This study looks at what can be learned from values (the guiding principles that individuals use to judge situations and determine their courses of action) and frames (the chunks of factual and procedural knowledge in the mind with which we unders
This is Bridge 47's response to UNESCO's consultation on the future of Education for Sustainable Development and Global Action Programme 2030 which took place in October-November 2018.
This resource is a thinkpiece, the 2nd in the DEEEP reflections series, written by Johannes Krause,co-founder of Impuls – Agency for applied utopia and DEEEP’s critical friend.
This toolkit is designed for CSOs that work in the development field and wish to make their work more effective by putting the Istanbul Principles (on development effectiveness) into practice.
Advocacy Toolkit: Guidance on how to advocate for a more enabling environment for civil society in your context
This toolkit gives some basic ideas and guidance for CSOs working on (international) development effectiveness that are looking to advocate for a more enabling environment for their work.
This toolkit is designed to help IDEA member organisations to understand, establish and manage partnerships. It explores working in partnership within the sector, and how members can also develop partnerships beyond their traditional focus.
The IDEAS report Understanding the Impact of Global Citizenship Education – Using a Theory of Change Approach provides an overview of the range of impacts IDEAS members are working towards and discusses how best to approach their assessment.