Global Action Week 2014

We are asking teachers, students, education campaigners and members of the public to take part in Global Action Week events happening all around the world, 4-10 May 2014.

In most low- and middle-income countries, children with disabilities are more likely to be out of school than any other group of children; even if they do attend school, children living with disabilities are often more likely to drop out and leave school early.

The GCE membership will be focusing its 2014 Global Action Week on raising the awareness of issues around disability with the campaign Equal Right, Equal Opportunity: Education and Disability.

Global Action Week is one of the major focal points for the education movement. Created and led by the Global Campaign for Education, Global Action Week provides everyone campaigning for the right to education with an opportunity to highlight a core area of the Education For All agenda and make targeted efforts to achieve change on the ground, with the added support of millions of members of the public worldwide joining together for the same cause.

      Læs mere på Global Campaign for Educations hjemmeside

Se også The UNESCO Global Action Week website which includes the following materials:

  • A video message from the Director-General of UNESCO
  • “Key messages” to facilitate your advocacy and media work
  • “Facts and Figures’ related to education and disability
  • Bibliography/Resource list

 

 

 

What if learning was about knowledge and also about doing, being, interacting with others and changing the world?

What if formal learning was enjoyable, hands-on and relevant to life outside school while addressing the problems of our world?

What if education systems prepared learners to become responsible citizens, recognize and solve local problems...

Then we would be educating for a more sustainable future

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