Member UNESCO research group on Global Citizenship Education

The UNESCO Chair in Global Learning and Global Citizenship Education, organized February 2016 a research conference on Global Citizenship Education at the University of California, in Los Angeles (UCLA). Wiel Veugelers, professor of Education at the University of Humanistic Studies and member of the international research committee presented a paper on The Moral and the Political in Global Citizenship and Global Citizenship Education.
Global Citizenship Education (GCE) is a central target of the post-2015 education agenda for the United Nations Millennium Development Goals. However, many questions remain regarding the nature and possibilities of educational initiatives that can foster GCE.The International Research Conference on Global Citizenship Education will provide a much-needed cooperative and dialogical academic space where over twenty international experts through regional perspectives and from multiple disciplines will present innovative approaches, best-practices, and critiques concerning theories, methodologies, policies, and pedagogies of GCE.