The programme draws on different participatory and interactive sessions to stimulate participants' critical reflection on their roles in communities, networks, and organisations.
This time last year the first snow of winter was falling in Helsinki, Finland, and over 200 delegates from 54 countries wer
Project Drawdown is a nonprofit organization and coalition of scholars, scientists, entrepreneurs, and advocates from across the globe that is mapping, measuring, modelling, and communicating about
This is the master’s thesis of the DEEEP4 project coordinator Tobias Troll.
In this episode of the Bridge 47 Network Podcast, we speak to Dr Aaron Benavot on the challenges and opportunities for measuring and monitoring non-formal adult education and lifelong learning as it pertains to Target 4.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals.
A new publication ‘Building Knowledge Exchange Partnerships Dialogues Across Europe’ has been launched by Bridge 47 in conjunction with EADI, the European Association of Development Research and Tr
Back in February, the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS
This is the website of The Story of Stuff Project.
Dr Jana Arbeiter, author of Bridge 47's research publication on Cross-Sectoral Cooperation for Sustainable Futures, offers a personal reflection on the topic.
This 6-week online course invites GCE practitioners to explore the paradoxes of modern societies & engage with pedagogical strategies of ‘unlearning’ beyond what's usually possible.
In this comprehensive interview, Wayne Tobin asks Dr. Karen Pashby about her reflections on the recent Knowledge Exchange Partnership and her involvement in Bridge 47 since its inception. We hope this interview will also act as a valuable resource for all those around the world interested in Global Citizenship Education (GCE).
Community Doer’s Wanted! Are you working in the area of education for active citizenship? Do you think that education can change the world around you for the better?
Recently I experienced that a facilitator in a training on sustainability was asked: “what is the best thing to do now that we humans are facing an end to the kind of life we have known for years”? She paused for a long time, and then said that we should work on our relationship to the animals that we eat, to the nature that we destroy with our lifestyle and to each other.
Resources for Rethinking (R4R.ca) is a web portal that provides access to more than 1 000 teaching resources for teachers working on education for sustainable development.