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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
Journeys to Citizen Engagement: Action Research with Development Education Practitioners in Portugal, Cyprus and Greece
Engagement’ is a term frequently used among NGOs and social movements, but there has been little exploration of its meaning.
This is the website of Shikshantar, a de-schooling and de-colonial movement, based in Udaipur, Rajasthan, Indian. Shikshantar, a Jeevan Andolan (life movement) was founded to challenge the culture of schooling and institutions of thought-control.
Connecting the Dots: Key Strategies that Transform Learning for Environmental Education, Citizenship and Sustainability
Connecting the Dots is a strategic toolkit / report, developed by Learning for a Sustainable Future, a Canada-based NGO that was created in 1991 with the mission to integrate sustainability education into Canada’s education system.
This entry introduces two projects/websites developed by the Global Footprint Network (GFN).
This is the master’s thesis of the DEEEP4 project coordinator Tobias Troll.
This is a 10 minute documentary that highlights the key moments and insights from the 2013 Johannesburg conference “Building a global citizens movement”.
This is a communications toolkit, developed on the basis of the 'values and frames' framework.
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.