Are you interested in making your educational work more transformative, empowering and emancipatory? Join Bridge 47 on a transformative learning journey with the aim of tackling the root causes of global crises through education.
‘Tackling the Root Causes of Global Crises through Education – A Transformative Learning Journey’ is now open for applications. The journey is tailored for staff members of civil society organisations engaged in the field of Global Citizenship Education (GCE) as well as change-makers and activists who work with education as a tool to facilitate transformative change.
The journey invites participants to reflect upon their own educational practices and underpinning theories of change and expand them by learning from each other. After having completed this journey, we envision that the participants and their organisations have an increased ability to use new and innovative approaches to GCE and are better equipped to integrate GCE messages and methodologies into their work.
The journey consists of three physical workshops, webinars, online mentoring and exchange, individual research and an action experiment. It will start in October 2018 and conclude in May 2019.
Apply to be a part of this exciting journey by June 26th. We will inform all applicants of the status of their application during the first week of July. Participants are asked to pay a participation fee based on a solidary self-assessment. The project can also partially cover the travel costs of some participants. More details and a link to the registration form are available in the attached call.
For more information you can also contact:
Timo Holthoff, Coordinator of the Journey, email@example.com, +49 511 10555 476
*Bridge 47 – Building Global Citizenship is a project co-created and implemented by 16 European and global civil society organisations. It seeks to mobilise and empower global civil society to contribute to a transformation towards global justice and eradication of poverty through Global Citizenship Education. Learn more about the project at the following link: http://kehys.fi/bridge47.