This training package was created by Get Up And Goals! partner ADRA. It is intended for university teachers working with students of pedagogy who want to open topics of climate change, migration,

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At the closure of the 3-years project the 14 partners of Get Up and Goals! are organizing an event to get teachers, educators and institutions together.

In times that some call a pan-crisis, the challenges that our environment and our societies are facing are incre

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Trainining Learning Unit (TLU) in English about Climate Change and how to deal with this issue in relation with other values related to Education for Global Citizenship. It contains a brief introduction about the TLU topics, detailed activities for teachers to introduce the mentioned topics and using group dynamics and non-formal techniques.

We are happy to announce that a number of our Teaching and Learning Units have been translated in English so to reach a wider audience.

As our readers already know, one of the objectives of the Get Up And Goals! project is developing resources to help European teachers

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How do we help pupils understand the impact of international inequality? 

These lessons will introduce pupils to the idea of international inequalities as it relates to wealth and poverty in the UK and globally. The main aim is to get them to start to consider their own attitu

*This article was written by Ms. Jacquie Ayre, Global Learning Education officer at the Liverpool World Centre (LWC), UK partner of the Get Up and Goals! project.
Below you can find extracts of the article.

This article was written by Mella Cusack, Irish coordinator of GET UP AND GOALS! In Ireland, the project is coordinated by A Partnership with Africa, with co-funding from Irish Aid. In 2018, Mella was commissioned to write the National Council for Curriculum Association (NCCA) Study of

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“Corruption is an insidious plague that has a wide range of corrosive effects on societies. It undermines democracy and the rule of law, leads to human rights violations, distorts markets, erodes the quality of life and allows organized crime, terrorism and other threats to people's security to flourish ”.

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This article is the second of the series: "GCE: Instructions for use". Download all articles on the dedicated section of our Library.

Curriculum design: a fundamental aspect of the teacher's professionalism<

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Le disuguaglianze internazionali influenzano profondamente le possibilità di accesso a una vita degna. L’essere nato casualmente in un paese asiatico anziché in un paese europeo, ad esempio, provoca enormi differenze nelle prospettive e nelle risorse per controllare la propria vita. 

La conoscenza delle cause delle disuguaglianz

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