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Note from the President:
I have been involved with this truly inspiring organization for nearly 10 years and I continue to be inspired, each passing day, by the mission of this organization and by the passionate commitment of its members from across the world! We are an eclectic group of people that have one thing in common – we are all lifelong learners.
As the head of this organization, I have the opportunity to interact directly with our members from the corners of this planet. I must say that I continue to be inspired, each passing day, by the passionate commitment of its members as they fulfill the mission of this organization (directly or indirectly).
If you are intrigued by terms such as “lifelong learning” or “enlightenment” and in international discourse, we are definitely the platform for you.
Intrigued? Contact us.
Namasté and mange hilsner,
Association for World Education
Tag Archives: Africa
Broader socio-economic weaknesses throughout the Arab world is context, stresses Rene Wadlow* in this analysis of Egypt’s ongoing revolution. Continue reading
AWE president Jakob Erle is going to be the next director of the Danish Egyptian Dialogue institute (DEDI). The position is based in Cairo. Jakob continues as AWE president. Continue reading
The Association for World Education (AWE) and the Bibliotheca Alexandrina of Egypt signed a Memorandum of Understanding on October 10th. The intention is to strengthen the professional relations between the two parties. Continue reading
“Tomorrow Today” gives examples of learning for sustainable development from all over the world. The publication was issued at the occasion of the UN ten years anniversary of learning for sustainable development. Continue reading
The linked article was written by Rene Wadlow for the start of the new UN Decade. Rene Wadlow is the AWE representative to the UN in Geneva. 2010 to 2020 is the UN International Decade of Deserts and Desertification. Continue reading
“Millennium Development Goals are easy to understand, they are measurable and they tie the world together without reducing complexity,” wrap up AWE teachers. Continue reading
The new issue of Journal of World Education is out. This Journal sets spotligt on how the BRIC countries handle educational challenges in a rapidly changing world. Continue reading