Global Education Magazine

Global Education Magazine

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All the world! / @GloEducaMagazin is an educational magazine with international character that seeks to promote ideas & experiences from all the world! #globaleducation #poverty
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Qaryah Thayyibah: An Alternative School in Salatiga, Indonesia

Ahmad Bahruddin is an experienced leader in Indonesia, who is working with a rich alternative educational project namely QTLC

Interview with Dr. Katherine Müller-Marin, Representative of UNESCO to VietNam

Müller-Marin is the current Representative of UNESCO to Viet Nam. She was previously UNESCO Representative to Peru

Interview with Annette Cotter: A New Perspective on Making Environmental Change

Interview with Annette Cotter: A New Perspective on Making Environmental Change

Interview with Ms. Cecile Guidote-Alvarez Director, UNESCO DREAM Center, Philippines

Interview with Ms. Cecile Guidote-Alvarez Director, UNESCO DREAM Center, Philippines

International Women´s Day: Interview With Leymah Gbowee

Javier Collado Ruano: Today, March International Women´s Day, we have a special guess with us: Ms. Leymah Gbowee, President of Women in Peacebuilding Network (WIPNET) and 2011 Nobel Peace Prize

Interview with Marta Benavides: “Human Rights and 23rd Century Movement”

Interview with Marta Benavides: “Human Rights and Century Movement”

“Solidaridad sin fronteras para los derechos humanos de los refugiados” Entrevista a Osvaldo Laport, Embajador de buena voluntad de ACNUR

“Solidaridad sin fronteras para los derechos humanos de los refugiados” Entrevista a Osvaldo Laport, Embajador de buena voluntad de ACNUR

Interview with Prof. P. Krishna: Education, Science and Spirituality

Interview with Prof. Krishna: Education, Science and Spirituality

Interview with “Mama” Hawa Aden Mohamed, 2012 Nansen Refugee Award

“Mama” Hawa, is interviewed in Global Education Magazine for the World Refugee Day.

World Refugee Day: the Hidden Truth of Refugees

Balata Camp is the largest refugee camp in the West Bank, where there are 4 schools in 3 buildings with 6500 students.