What is global citizenship education? Why is it important? And how do we encourage New Zealanders from all walks of life and at all ages to become responsible and active global citizens?
The New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO is holding an evening seminar in Wellington on Monday 22 May from 5.30-7pm, featuring:
- Libby Giles (Global Citizenship Education facilitator, member of the New Zealand Centre for Global Studies (NZCGS) and the Alliance for Responsible and Sustainable Societies)
- Scarlett Parkes (Auckland Girls’ Grammar Deputy Head Girl, co-author of an International Youth White Paper on Global Citizenship)
- Cheryl Stephens (education specialist; National Commissioner for Education, NZ National Commission for UNESCO).
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from three individuals from diverse backgrounds who are passionate about helping people become engaged global citizens.