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Association for World Education @ A World Worth Living In

Adult educators from 80 nations are gathering in Sweden at this very moment. The headline of their gathering is A World Worth Living In, and AWE is there to share. Continue reading

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Europeans campaigning for lifelong learning for all

European education stakeholders invite European Union (EU) leaders to make lifelong learning a reality for all EU’s citizens. A major campaign has been launched. Continue reading

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Educators shall rediscover World Education

A large scale process within the AWE has been launched. AWE educators are going to reflect systematically on the relevance of World Education in the 21st century. Continue reading

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Journal of World Education revives CONFINTEA

In the new Journal of World Education the Association for World Education reports from CONFINTEA VI and FISC. The conferences took place in late 2009 in Belém do Pará, Brazil. Continue reading

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Belém proved Hamburg to be an exception

The points are still the same, explains AWE president Jakob Erle, even if CONFINTEA VI in Belém meant back to normal compared to visionary Hamburg. Erle offers an overview in the new Journal of World Education. Continue reading

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Egypt: The Sphinx and the People’s Revolution

Broader socio-economic weaknesses throughout the Arab world is context, stresses Rene Wadlow* in this analysis of Egypt’s ongoing revolution. Continue reading

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Honoring 10 December

The struggle for the respect of human rights transcends all frontiers, stresses Rene Wadlow* viagra professional in this December 10 reminder. Wadlow also reminds of the importance of human rights education. 10 December – Human Rights Day – marks the … Continue reading

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First AWE News compilation issued

On November 22nd the first issue of AWE News was distributed. World Education stakeholders do now have the possibility to follow how AWE and its members perform and advocate for World Education. To subscribe to the AWE News from issue … Continue reading

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Happy New Year from AWE Denmark

December 2009   As year 2009 is running out, and I have this strong feeling that 2010 will be the first year, where many people in the West will realize, that a new world order is here and that we in … Continue reading

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AWE – workshop at CONFINTEA VI

CONFINTEA VI is UNESCO’s 6. World Conference on Adult Education, it takes place in Belem, Brazil from May 19-22 2009. AWE hosts a workshop at the conference best buy generic cialis with the title: “Democratic participation in a globalised world … Continue reading

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