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UNESCO MGIEP’s latest research and publications

Textbooks for Sustainable Development: A Guide to Embedding

 'Textbooks for Sustainable Development: A Guide to Embedding’, an international guidebook on embedding concepts of peace, sustainable development and global citizenship in textbooks of core [...]

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Annual Report 2015-16

 UNESCO MGIEP releases its Annual Report 2015-16, featuring all the programmes, events and activities conducted by the Institute in 2015 and 2016 – as it progresses towards its vision of [...]

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Working Paper Series—Backtalk: The participatory film and ...

 By: Ruchika Gurung University of East Anglia Abstract: Cultural violence is defined as the beliefs, attitudes and values that justify structural and direct violence (Galtung 1990). It dulls [...]

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Beyond Sound Awareness: A Webinar by Dr. Michael Hart

 A report by Aditi Pathak, National Programme Officer, UNESCO MGIEP https://youtu.be/-6vNRErwg6Q Dr. Michael Hart, child psychologist with 25 years of experience addressed a webinar hosted by [...]

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Beyond Sound Awareness: A Webinar by Dr. Michael Hart

 A report by Aditi Pathak, National Programme Officer, UNESCO MGIEP https://youtu.be/-6vNRErwg6Q Dr. Michael Hart, child psychologist with 25 years of experience addressed a webinar hosted by [...]

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Webinar by Asi Burak on ‘Games for Social Good’

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Textbooks for Sustainable Development: A Guide to Embedding

 'Textbooks for Sustainable Development: A Guide to Embedding’, an international guidebook on embedding concepts of peace, sustainable development and global citizenship in textbooks of core [...]

Read More

Annual Report 2015-16

 UNESCO MGIEP releases its Annual Report 2015-16, featuring all the programmes, events and activities conducted by the Institute in 2015 and 2016 – as it progresses towards its vision of [...]

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Working Paper Series—Backtalk: The participatory film and ...

 By: Ruchika Gurung University of East Anglia Abstract: Cultural violence is defined as the beliefs, attitudes and values that justify structural and direct violence (Galtung 1990). It dulls [...]

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Working Paper Series—Empathy, Perspective and Complici...

 By Paul Darvasi, York University Abstract: Digital games have migrated from trivial forms of entertainment occupying the stigmatized margins of society, to exercising an increasingly powerful [...]

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