• Samantha Olubodun GEYA 2018
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    13 Aug 2018
    In the first of our Q&A's with our Global Educator of the Year 2018 finalists, GEYA winner Samantha Olubodun shares with us the importance of, and challenges she has faced, integrating global learning in to the curriculum.
  • Featured Posts
    10 Aug 2018
    The DfID funded UK wide Global Learning Programme (GLP) came to an end on 31 July.  A new programme, the Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning (CCGL) programme is being launched in September. 
  • Climate refugees
    Featured Posts
    09 Aug 2018
    Think Global recently hosted 4 UCL students as part of their Global Active Citizens Programme. During their time with us, they wrote a blog about their experience with understanding a global issue, thinking critically and taking action.
  • Child with globe and pointer
    Featured Posts
    09 Aug 2018
    Teach First participant Phoebe Rudgard, shares why she feels that working with children from a young age to develop their language skills is key to developing the next generation of global citizens.
  • Send my Friend to school
    Featured Posts
    20 Jul 2018
    Ema Jackson, Campaign Manager at Send my Friend to School talks about their recent Parliamentary Action Day campaign, the inspiring students who took part and the need to make schools a safe haven for all.

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This month’s spotlight is on Leeds Development Education Centre (DEC), a charity committed to educating for a just and sustainable world.

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