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9. Youth and the World

9.4 Raising awareness about global issues

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  1. Formal, non-formal and informal learning
  2. Youth-targeted information campaigns on global issues
  3. Information providers
  4. Key initiatives

Formal, non-formal and informal learning

Formal learning

The Global Education Week (GEW) is a Europe-wide awareness raising event that takes place annually in formal and non-formal education setting across the continent. The first event that took place in 1999 and it was launched by the North-South Center and it was focused on overcoming poverty and social exclusion. The NSC invited all the Member States of the Council of Europe to participate in the GEW and invited educators and learners to explore education activities for global citizenship. The GEW addresses issues related to diversity and inequality at local and global levels.

 

Non-formal learning

No information is available on non-formal learning on raising awareness about global issues.

 

Educators' support

There is no information available on educators’ support on raising awareness about global issues.

 

Informal learning

There is no information available on programmes or actions that aim to help young people to learn about global issues 'by doing'.

 

Youth-targeted information campaigns on global issues

There is no information available on youth targeted information campaigns on global issues.

 

Information providers

There is no information available on information providers on raising awareness about global issues.

 

Key initiatives

Except for the UN Youth Delegate Programme, there is no information available on other key initiatives on raising awareness about global issues.