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'.
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This publication is UNESCO’s first extensive document on GCE. It emerged as a result of widespread research and consultations with stakeholders from all over the world.
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 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.
The GCED Clearinghouse is a global database on GCED jointly set up by UNESCO and APCEIU (Asia- Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding) to facilitate information sharing and enhance knowledge and understanding of GCED.
This entry introduces two projects/websites developed by the Global Footprint Network (GFN).
This is a 10 minute documentary that highlights the key moments and insights from the 2013 Johannesburg conference “Building a global citizens movement”.
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 an advocacy toolkit developed by Gerasimos Kouvaras and Marina Sarli specifically with the purpose of raising the profile of DEAR in Europe at both national and EU-wide levels.
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 is a communications toolkit, developed on the basis of the 'values and frames' framework.