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    01 Jun 2018
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    Think Global’s Start the Change programme is collaborating with NASUWT’s Arts and Minds to run a UK wide art competition. NASUWT has been running this art competition for over 10 years, with the aim of celebrating cultural diversity.
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    23 May 2018
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    On 25 May the laws around data protection are changing. We have updated our privacy policy in line with the upcoming GDPR. Our new policy sets out how we handle your personal data. Please take the time to review our new privacy policy.
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    23 May 2018
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    Judy Chaussalet, Head of Development at Think Global attended an event hosted by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Education (APPG) at the Houses of Parliament, on education for sustainable development and global citizenship. Here she shares her experience of the event.
  • Start the Change
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    23 May 2018
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    Faaria Ahmad, Programme Manager at Think Global, reflects on race and religion in the UK and asks the question, despite the strides we have made in creating change, what is the change we are hoping for and how will it come about?
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    21 May 2018
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    Graham Frost, a headteacher at Robert Ferguson Primary School in Cumbria, blogs about the importance of school children engaging in real world issues.

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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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This month’s spotlight is on the Society for the Advancement of Philosophical Enquiry and Reflection in Education (SAPERE), the UK’s national charity promoting Philosophy for Children (P4C). SAPERE offer teachers and educators training and support to successfully embed high-quality, sustainable P4C in their educational setting.

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