Event report: Global Citizenship and Sustainability Education for 'hopeful' futures

Members of the ANGEL / TEESNet Partnership Network, and ANGEL members in the UK, attended a two-day colloquium hosted at the University of Nottingham School of Education (UoN SoE) on the 28th & 29th June, and led by ANGEL member Professor Dalene Swanson. The colloquium is a collaboration between UoN SoE, ANGEL UK and TEESNet which builds on a successful one-day conference collaboration on 13th June 2022, hosted by Manchester Metropolitan University’s Faculty of Health and Education and led by Professor Karen Pashby.

The purpose of the Nottingham gathering was to foster stronger, established ties around key challenges in the area(s) of global citizenship and sustainability education, in ways that also respond to the UN SDGs, and to collaborate on possible future initiatives including potential joint funding applications.

You can read a brief report on the event below.


ANGEL Network,
Development Education Research Centre (DERC)
UCL Institute of Education
20 Bedford Way
London WC1H 0AL

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