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.
Judy Chaussalet, Head of Development at Think Global, gives us a round up of our recent round table discussion on global learning and extremism, and our Global Educator of the Year Awards event at City Hall.
Anja Nielsen, Policy Officer – International relations at the National Education Union, discusses the strategy behind their important international education work.
Think Global recently hosted 4 UCL students as part of their Global Active Citizens Programme. During their time with us, they wrote a blog and created a video with insight into climate refugees.
Kate Jones, Programme Manager at Think Global, discusses the importance of ethical shopping but when faced with time and financial constraints, there's still a need for fast fashion.
SAPERE is the Society for the Advancement of Philosophical Enquiry and Reflection in Education. Here they discuss the importance of Philosophy for Children in education and how you can incorporate P4C in the classroom.
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.
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?
Graham Frost, a headteacher at Robert Ferguson Primary School in Cumbria, blogs about the importance of school children engaging in real world issues.
Jane Anderson from Development Education Centre South Yorkshire (DECSY), talks about the work they do to support schools with global learning, to encourage students to become global citizens.