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Education for Global Responsibility
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

"Education for Global Responsibility" is a cross field Strategic Partnership with a special focus on school education. The strategic Partnership aims mainstreaming GRE in schools and youth NGOs in the partners' countries. The need of the Strategic partnership comes from the partners believe that education plays a central role in achieving headline targets of the Europe 2020 Strategy. In particular, the partners see a need of engaging each individual to contribute to the development of communities, countries, and regions as well as of educational systems, able to raise awareness of young citizens upon the necessity for global understanding, respect and responsibility. More specifically, the partners see a need of Global Responsible Education (GRE), both in formal and non formal sectors and a need of making this concept attractive for educational providers. Starting from the need of making GRE attractive for educational providers, the partners foresee to develop a certification system and the "Global Responsible" label, awarded to those institutions (schools and youth organizations) that adopt an additional learning curriculum with learning objectives in Global Responsibility, prove motivation and have a clear strategy to promote GRE, as well as adopt specific Global Responsible routines. In each of the partner countries will be trained coordinators of "Global Responsible" Label, who will be in charge with the administration and assessment of the institutions in connection with their application for certification. Throughout the project, the partners will make a research upon their national curriculum in secondary schools and identify the gaps and weak points in connection with GRE. Based on their findings, the partners will develop an additional curriculum (learning objectives) supplying the gaps identified. Furthermore, the partners will develop a methods-box covering various areas in GRE and sustaining the learning objectives established through the additional curriculum. The methods will be tested on a total number of at least 350 pupils and young people in the partners' countries. An international ToT in GRE will be organized with the aim of forming an European Network of 28 trainers in GRE. Following, 14 national trainings in GRE will be organized in order to give teachers and youth leaders in the partners' countries tools to do GRE with pupils and young people. A total number of at least 350 teachers and youth workers are expected to be reached through the national trainings. A total number of at least 35 institutions are expected to be certified within the project period. Other at least 150 institutions at European level are expected to be certified within five years after the project completion. The project involves 10 partners from Denmark, the United Kingdom, Romania, Turkey, Italy Slovakia and Croatia. Among them there are two public bodies responsible for education at regional level, two social enterprises with expertise in non formal education, tow secondary schools, 2 NGOs, a partner with expertise in evaluation and a partner with expertise in PR.



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