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    Our recent advocacy working making the case to Government for global learning and the right for charities to speak out. We are also advocating for an extension to the Groceries Code to protect all farmers in supermarket supply chains.
  • Student activity on extremism
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    28 Sep 2017
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    Last chance to join our exciting new residential training course aimed at preventing radicalisation in schools. The workshop-style course aims to help teachers to start up in-school projects with young people that create safe spaces for dialogue.
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    27 Sep 2017
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    Think Global's Membership and Public Affairs Manager Rebecca Sharkey reports on her recent visit to meet the staff and see the inspirational work of the Development Education Centres in Leicester and Derby. 
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    20 Sep 2017
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    The Department for International Development have opened a consultation on the design of a new programme for development education. Have your say.
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    Join Think Global’s Developing a Global Learning School online course starting Tuesday 31 October 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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