16 November 2022: RECI Thematic Day - Reframing Education for a Sustainable World - How to Support Teachers and Learners as Agents of Change to Achieve SDG 4.7?
On 16 November 2022 (9:30 – 16:30 CEST/Geneva) the Swiss Network for Education and International Cooperation (RECI) will host the RECI Thematic Day 2022 titled “Reframing Education for a Sustainable World – How to Support Teachers and Learners as Agents of Change to Achieve SDG 4.7?“. The event, which focuses around SDG 4.7, will provide a space for mutual learning and development of new ideas on the current and future state of teacher education for sustainable development (ESD) and global citizenship education (GCE). Through two plenary sessions and interactive workshops, a wide range of participants in Switzerland and around the world will have the opportunity to discuss approaches, practical tools, best practices, challenges and lessons learned for the further development of Education for a Sustainable Future worldwide.
Participants will be able to join either online or in person at the Paul Klee Zentrum (Bern). The event will be held in French and English.
Welcome and Opening
- Yao Ydo, Director, UNESCO International Bureau of Education
- SDC Education Network
- Tina Hascher, Professor Dr. phil, Department of Research in School and Instruction, Institute of Education Science, University of Bern
Workshop 1: Commitment to peace and human rights
- Contributions: PHZH IPE & Brigades International Switzerland
- Moderation: Sibylle Ganz-Koechlin, Triple T
Workshop 2: Greening cooperation for education
- Contributions: Save the Children, Paeradigms & Caritas
- Moderation: Marion Panizzon, Université de Berne & Ms. Anne Malaplate-Miladinov
Workshop 3: Open Space
Workshop 4: Supporting teachers to become agents of change in contexts of human rights violations
- Contributions: Helpcode & Enfants du Monde
- Moderation: Cristina Carulla, Enfants du Monde
Workshop 5: Environmental issues: participatory-interactive approaches to equip youth to be actors of sustainable development
- Contributions: Swiss Academy for Development, Terre des Hommes Suisse & 1MYAC/SDC
- Moderation: Thibaut Lauwerier, Université de Genève