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Winnaars van de Global Education Innovation Award

Contactpersoon: Annemie Demedts

Twee Belgische ngo’s, Louvain Coopération en ISF, winnen de Europese Global Education Innovation Award.
Proficiat daarvoor!

Begin oktober mochten ze voor hun project 'IngénieuxSud' samen met de 11 andere winnaars de award in ontvangst nemen.
Je kan de winnende projecten bekijken op de website van GENE.

Is jouw organisatie ook geïnteresseerd in deze award?

 

Voor GENE moet een vernieuwend project Wereldburgerschapseducatie beantwoorden aan deze 8 criteria:

 

    • Creativity – a genuine process that demonstrates outside-the-box thinking.
    • Interconnectedness – a global / local interconnectedness what happens in a local context has an influence at the global level, the so-called “glocal” dimension.
    • Change in perceptions – strengthening positive approaches in terms of behavior, attitudes and values.
    • Educational approach – an approach where the learner is placed at the centre of the learning process and takes an active role in it, whether in formal, non-formal or informal educational settings.
    • Coherence – the initiative enhances synergies and coherence between the purpose, the results and the testimonies of the beneficiaries.
    • Outreach – the beneficiaries of the initiative. GENE particularly welcomes initiatives that address groups that are not engaged – for example low-skilled unemployed populations, young people not in education, employment or training, or groups that are considering radical nationalist, religious and/ or racist ideologies as the only options available.
    • Potential for scaling up and sustainability – the capacity to learn from experience and even failure in order to promote a sustainable future in the long run
    • Inspiring for Public Policy – GENE facilitates policy learning and for this reason experiences that can become show cases for public policy are welcome.
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