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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,
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Association for World Education (AWE) has released a new variety of the Multilayered Democracy Game. Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) cards are now on-line Continue reading
The AWE International Council has approved eight new institutional members. Capacity Director Noël Bonam believes it witnesses a growing interest in World Education. 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 next AWE International Council Meeting best essay writers will be held in Denmark from October 21 through October 23, 2010. Members who are planning to attend may request invitation letters by August 15, 2010. For further details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
AWE International World Image AWE International – development perspectives With the growing importance of global governance (think climate, environment, financial crisis, diseases, human rights, inequality, information technology, nuclear proliferation etc.) it becomes increasingly important to develop educational approaches that respond … Continue reading