UNESCO MGIEP’s webinar series fosters exchange between the public and experts from a variety of fields, including gaming and learning, peace and sustainability, and transformative pedagogies. Past participants include internationally-acclaimed gaming scholar Dr. James Paul Gee and award-winning game designer and Games for Change founder Asi Burak. Watch this space for more announcements regarding upcoming sessions.
Based on the notion that education is a powerful tool for addressing disparities, promoting sustainable practices, combatting inequality, and ending cycles of violence, UNESCO MGIEP’s gaming conference will foster innovation, conversation, and collaboration between stakeholders in the international gaming world. Ideally, convening these various stakeholders will spur the creation of new games, knowledge, and partnerships that will together will form the basis for a diverse, rigorous approach to gaming for learning.