Over the last 35 years, Think Global has co-ordinated and supported a diverse network of individuals and organisations working to promote global learning in England. Read on for further information.
We will be celebrating Think Global’s achievements and sharing information about our next steps. All are welcome, please do come and join us for tea and cake.
There has been a lot going on with our Start the Change project over the last few months and there is still lots to do to ensure that projects like this make an impact in the education sector. Here's a round-up of our recent work.
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.
On 4 July the UKSSD published their milestone report ‘Measuring Up: How the UK is performing on the Sustainable Development Goals’, showing how the UK is performing on the SDGs.
We are delighted to announce the winner of the 2018 Global Educator of the Year Award - Samantha Olubodun. The Award was celebrated at a special event in City Hall, London: recognising the incredible work of educators who are integrating global learning in their lessons.
We are delighted to announce the three finalists for our Global Educator of the Year Award 2018. We will be announcing the winner at a special event on Friday 13 July at City Hall.
Earlier this year a report was published by CONCORD on Global Citizenship Education in Europe (GCE). It questioned why the level of investment by national governments remains limited, despite many people recognising GCE as being a powerful tool to resolve the current global challenges our world is facing.
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.