Organizer: Bulgarian Platform for International Development (BPID)
Trainer: Dr. Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti is a Professor of Global Education at the University of Oulu, Finland. Drawing on postcolonial and postcritical theories, her research focuses on educational patterns of representations and engagements with otherness, inequalities and global change.
Location: Sofia, Bulgaria
Dates: 23 – 25 July 2019
Working language: English
Target audience: Activists and practitioners working in the field of global citizenship education or other value-based education, as well as development cooperation, SDGs or other related.
Eligible countries to apply: The participant applying to this TTT should be a citizen or a practitioner working (at the time of application) in one of the following countries: Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Greece, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Ukraine, and Bridge 47 partner countries: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Latvia, Scotland, Slovakia and Slovenia, other EU member state or a country included in the DAC OECD list of ODA recepients.
Only the first 25-30 applications will be reviewed by the organizer and the selected applicants that match the above noted target will be contacted. Number of approved participants should not exceed 30 people.
What will the participants learn?
This TTT will give participants tools to examine critically the theory and practice of global citizenship education (GCE) and to experience innovative methodologies for deepening reflections and widening relationships in their contexts of work. Through intellectual and experiential exercises, the TTT will offer a set of maps and experiences that will support participants to explore the edges of their ideas/prototypes for social change and unlock new in their pedagogical practice. The seminar will include exercises that support participants to:
This TTT will be based on the booklet “Global Citizenship Education Otherwise” published by the Decolonial Futures Collective. Participants are encouraged to read the information before the event at decolonialfutures.net/gce
* Special free participation may be considered on request and on the organizer’s judgment. Note that free participation is considered to be up to 10% of the overall participants number.
Accommodation and travel: The organizer does not cover participants’ accommodation and travel costs. Meals and coffee brakes will be provided according to the agenda.
Deadline: Please apply no later than 12 July 2019, 11 AM EET. Note that the application form will be closed in the announced date and time.
You can apply HERE
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