The International Seminar on Global Education has brought together teachers and Global Education experts from six countries to work together on a Global Learning Framework, which could help in mainstreaming Global Education in the formal education sector.
The seminar which took place in Wilga near Warsaw from April 10-12, 2013 was at the same time a kick-off meeting for the World-Class Teaching project which has been initiated in January this year. The project has been created at the TRIALOG Partnership Fair in 2011 by organisations from Austria, Slovakia, United Kingdom and Poland.
World-Class Teaching is run by Centre for Citizenship Education (Poland), People in Peril Association (Slovakia), Südwind Agentur (Austria) and Leeds Development Education Centre. The project is funded by the European Union and co-financed withinthe Polish development cooperation programme of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2013.
For more information please see the project summary or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the photo: Participants of the Global Education Seminar in Warsaw.
Information provided by Jedrzej Witkowski, Centre for Citizenship Education