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Oxfam Italy’s National Multiplier Event

“How Institutions and Civil Society Organisations can contribute effectively for Quality Education for All?” This question led the quadrilogue dialogue conversations which brought to practical recommendations presented to the institutional panellists to foster and improve global citizenship education in Italy in the future.
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Oxfam GB shares Schools for Future Youth at the National Multiplier Event in the UK!

What I remember most about the day is the sharing of ideas, being reminded of the importance of global citizenship education and the impact SF Youth has had on the young people involved. The structure of the day allowed for different perspectives from educators sharing their thoughts, young people explaining how they engaged with the SF Youth project, panel discussions and people in the room sharing their take on the day. Those are the individual elements that stand out.
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A walk through to SFYouth website

A short film which guides you through the different sections of the website was created by the partnership of the SFYouth project. This is a final overview of the Resources that are available from the Schools for Future Youth Website. We hope you like it!
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SFYouth highlights

The SFYouth project is finally coming to an end. Here is a video with the best moments and highlights of all the actions of the project from all partner countries. Enjoy!
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SFYouth final project meeting

The last meeting of partners of Schools For The Future Youth project took place at the beginning of May. We met in Oxfam headquarters, in the center of London, beautiful at this time of the year. We spent two days summarizing and evaluating our common project and another two days on participating in the conference “RESEARCH, EVIDENCE AND POLICY LEARNING FOR GLOBAL EDUCATION”, organized in Institute of Education, University College London by the Development Education Research Centre within UCL-IOE and Global Education Network Europe (GENE).
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Teachers and students in favor of Global Education and Sustainable Development

More than 80 teachers and 80 students, policy makers from the Ministry of Education and Culture and representatives from non-governmental organizations gathered in the University of Nicosia on Thursday, April 6, 2017, to assert their determination for the involvement of the state and school in shaping active and conscious global citizens during a conference held by the non-governmental educational centre CARDET. The conference “State and School promote Global Education: Challenges and Good Practices" was organised in the frame of the SFYouth project (www.sfyouth.eu), funded by Erasmus+.
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Sisters on the Planet - Sahena (Bangladesh)

As obvious as it sounds, climate change affects everybody. But climate change is already having a disproportionate impact on people in developing countries, and its hitting women hardest. Its not the easiest idea to understand, so to help explain weve made these short films about women, in both rich and poor countries, who are determined to do whatever they can to put a stop to climate change. Watch them and become aware of the impact our changing climate is having on peoples lives. And be inspired to join the fight against climate change too.
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Oxfam's Girls' Education Campaign: Dunya Aur Larki

Girls' education has remained marginalised in the political and general discourse of Pakistan. Certain areas of Pakistan have lowest female literacy rates in the world and in such circumstances it is imperative that immediate attention be paid to this chronic issue. Educated women are agents of change and Pakistan is in dire need of a social change that empowers its women.
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