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AMA’s are free flowing conversations on Knowledge Commons (KC) between an invited guest and the users. We encourage experts from different walks of life to share with us their journeys, learnings, their work and their lives. We set aside an hour for this session and the users are free to raise a question of their choice. The personal insights shared by the experts give us a rare glimpse of their knowledge and experience.

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THE BLUE DOT features articles showcasing UNESCO MGIEP’s activities and areas of interest. The magazine’s overarching theme is the relationship between education, peace, sustainable development and global citizenship. THE BLUE DOT’s role is to engage with readers on these issues in a fun and interactive manner. The magazine is designed to address audiences across generations and walks of life, thereby taking the discourse on education for peace, sustainable development and global citizenship beyond academia, civil society organisations and governments, to the actual stakeholders.

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Acknowledgement
Jacob Anthony, National Brain Research Centre, India

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