EMOTIONS, AGENCY AND ACTIVISM – BUILDING GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP IN A WORLD OF CHALLENGES AND POSSIBILITIES
Consensus-workshop that is organized 31st of March at 12:00 pm (UTC+2) till 4 pm in Zoom.
In this workshop researchers, educators, activists and other experts, discuss the concepts of sustainable development, empathy and justice in the context of current research, activism and global citizenship education.
You can start warming up and get acquainted with themes of the workshop already in advance by reading
some materials and questions suggested by our guest speakers. The materials will help you to prepare for
the discussions during the workshop.
- Recall and write down a memorable learning situation when you have learned something
meaningful connected to global education. It can be from formal or non-formal context.
Questions for reflection:
➢ What happened?
➢ How did it feel?
➢ What did you do?
➢ What did the others do?
➢ Which elements contributed or enabled meaningful learning?
➢ Was the situation able to change something in your behavior or ways of seeing the
- Professor Kristiina Brunila from University of Helsinki was interviewed on the Finnish education
system and context, education policies and current challenges for socially just and equitable
education. 10 minutes interview. LINK
- Raisa Foster: The Work of Art in the Time of Non-Production (2018), participatory performance. 3,5
minutes YouTube-video. LINK
- Michaela Moua: No Single Struggle (and Five Questions for Activists and Corporations). Published
on Ruskeat Tytöt. Ruskeat Tytöt Media is an independent online publication committed to
centering and normalizing the perspectives of Brown women and people with underrepresented
genders in Finnish and Nordic media. LINK
Engaging with the political in learning_Possible futures, learning, and agency in the Anthropocene SHORTENEDLataa
Thank you for being here!
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