Webinar on Building Partnerships in Global Citizenship Education
You can register for the webinar here.
Are you working in the area of Global Citizenship Education? Do you think that education can change the world around you for the better? If your answer is yes, Bridge 47 welcomes you to participate in a webinar on measuring on SDG target 4.7. We believe education can help us reverse negative global trends.
During this webinar, the Bridge 47 Partnerships Team will lead a webinar on the gains we are making in developing partnerships and the lessons we are learning on how to develop Global Citizenship Education partnerships with a broad range of stakeholders including private sector, parliamentarians, government entities, academia and more.
Bridge 47 Partnerships Coordinator Maeve Galvin will lead an interactive discussion on Bridge 47’s experience in making partnerships between civil society and groups as varied as academia, policymakers, trade unions, media and private sector sharing lessons learned and how pitfalls can be avoided. Gabriel Weibl from the Comenius University Bratislava will present on the experience of building up the South Eastern Europe Knowledge Exchange Partnership (SEEKEP).
This webinar will take place on 11 December at 11:30-12:30 GMT. You can register for the webinar here.
If you have a lesson from working in partnerships that you would like to share, please contact Maeve (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ricarda (email@example.com).
The webinar is part of Bridge 47 - Building Global Citizenship, an EU-funded project implemented by Finnish Development NGOs Fingo and 15 European and global partners. The project mobilises and empowers global civil society to contribute to a transformation towards global justice and eradication of poverty through Global Citizenship Education. Bridge 47 is co-funded by the European Union.
I would like to put my interest for webinar , As I start to work for Global Citizen Education . Currently, I m working in Nepal. Nepal is located right between India and China !