Developing Global Citizenship for Sustainable Development Beyond the Human

Abstract

 Presenter (s) Samah Al Sabbagh, Education Above All/ROTA; Dahlia Maarouf, Education Above All/Al Fakhoora; Tareq Albakri, Education Above All/ROTA; David Mumo, Education Above All/EAC; Boran Choi, Education Above All/PEIC

This webinar focuses on content originally developed for a panel presentation at the CIES 2020 conference. In keeping with the CIES 2020 theme, Education Above All Foundation programmes will share insights from their 10+ years of supporting access and advocating for the protection of the right to education in disadvantaged communities affected by natural disasters or torn by conflict. Through its field-based experience supporting access to, protection of and delivery of quality education, the four panellists will highlight the significance of engaging children, young people, communities and groups in civic engagement programmes that raise awareness, develops empathy and nurtures action towards a more tolerant and more sustainable world- one that is beyond human. Panel participants from EAA’s four programmes will present the following:

  • Facilitating youth-led initiatives within GCED (ROTA)
  • Working with communities in Education for Sustainable Development (EAC)
  • Empowering marginalized youth through a comprehensive, holistic higher education scholarship programme (Al Fakhoora)
  • Equipping youth affected by conflict with key skills and knowledge for sustainable peacebuilding (PEIC)

4 Responses

  1. “Killed me…” Eric.” There was a moment of silence. No one opened their mouths. “Again…” Can you tell me?” Kirion said in a slightly agitated voice. Illis recalled the thought of the time, shaking his shoulders once and opening his mouth. “I… died to Eric.” “Quang!” When Kirion stood up from the chair he sat on, the table turned upside down. Angry at Ilys, Kirion, who looked at Ilys with absurd eyes, turned around. Ollie shouted in a hurry.

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  2. “Where are you going?”” Except for Ollie, everyone could guess where Kirion was going, but he didn’t stop him. Roanne was spitting out a not-so-rough curse, and Tadean… was just looking down. “Kyrion!” Illis called Kirion. Kirion, who did not even respond to Ollie’s voice, stopped walking and looked back at Ilys. Kirion’s face turned red.

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  3. The veins on the neck are standing, and the clenched fist is shaking. Maybe, betrayal. He’s shaking like that because of a great sense of betrayal. “Ah…” At least for myself, there was at least one person who was that excited, which made me cry. Illis looked at the Kirion and smiled slightly and said. “Where are you going?” I feel like the end of the tone has gone up too much. Illis remembered a memory that he was trying to forget,

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  4. What was agitated was revealed in the way of speaking. Or, he might have been comforted by Kirion’s behavior and by such radical behavior, so he was immersed in emotions. “I can’t believe it!” Never… No, I… “I can’t forgive him now,” Kirion shouted, approaching Ilys with a relentless walk. Illis closed his ears and opened his mouth. “Grandpa wakes up.” “Well…” Kirion seemed to calm down a little after thinking about who was in this house.

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