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    Catherine Richardson on how Think Global supported this year's National Sustainable Schools Conference through our EU-funded Supply Cha!nge project.
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    Could you be our new Chair? We are looking for someone who shares our passion for global learning, our commitment to justice and sustainability and has experience of leadership and influencing at senior levels.  
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    Rebecca Sharkey reports on Kate Osamar's keynote speech on Labour’s vision for the UK’s international development policy.
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    Join Think Global’s Developing a Global Learning School online course starting Thursday 11 January and gain in confidence in delivering and advocating for global learning in your school.

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Think Global promotes global learning – and global action – for a more just and sustainable world. We believe that people need to be equipped with the skills, values and capabilities for global challenges like environmental sustainability, human development and conflict resolution.  Learning about global issues leads to more tolerance and understanding.  This in turn can lead to actions for a better world – which in turn we can reflect on and learn from.  

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Each fortnight we are shining a spotlight on the work of one of our member organisations.

This fortnight’s spotlight is on Handicap International, an organisation that works with schools and youth groups in the UK, focusing on the impact of explosive weapons like landmines and cluster munitions on young people around the world. 

Each year, their activities in schools culminate with the Forgotten 10 Challenge, 10 days of activities from 1st to 10th December. Find out more

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