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On 19 June 2017, APCEIU, together with the Permanent Missions to the United Nations of the Republic of Korea and Qatar, as well as the World Federation of United Nations Association (WFUNA) co-organized the 2017 UN Global Citizenship Education (GCED) Seminar at the United Nations (UN) Headquarters in New York. With the title “The Role of Global Citizenship Education in the 2030 Agenda and Beyond” the seminar focused on answering the question of how does Global Citizenship Education (SDG Target 4.7) contribute to the values and visions of the United Nations. An annual event since 2015, the discussions in the 2017 also touched on best practices that contribute to the realization of SDG Target 4.7, the Sustainable Development Goal for GCED. 

Ambassador Cho Tae-yul, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Korea to the United Nations, emphasized on the significance of GCED with the current global challenges faced mutually by humanity, and its role in realizing the mission of the United Nations. “GCED educates people to become active and responsible global citizens…towards sharing and realizing the universal values and visions which the United Nations upholds.” Ambassador Cho further mentioned that GCED contributes to the UN beyond its inclusion in the SDGs as it serves as, “…an important element of the UN’s holistic approach, strengthening the nexus among peace and security, development and human rights.” 

He further addressed that in line with the mainstreaming action needed at the United Nations, the “Group of Friends on Global Citizenship Education” was established, co-chaired by the Republic of Korea and the State of Qatar. The inaugural meeting of the group was held last 1 June where 60 representatives from 35 UN Member States as well as UN Department of Public Information, UNESCO and UN Alliance of Civilizations participated. As a reply, Ambassador Abdulrahman Yaaqob Y. A. Al-Hamadi, Deputy Permanent Representative of the State of Qatar to the United Nations, expressed their pride in co-chairing the group, a common platform for member states and key stakeholders to discuss challenges and opportunities to promote GCED. Ambassador Al-Hamadi also stressed the various efforts of Qatar to promote GCED, including through its support of intercultural dialogue, and the organization of the 2017 World Education Summit for Education (WISE) with the theme “Co-exist, Co-create, Learning to Live and Work Together”. The WISE will be held in Doha from 14 to 16 November 2017. 

In the opening remarks, Utak Chung, Director of APCEIU, explained that in light of the effort to prevent violent extremism, the implementation of GCED is crucial. He mentioned the full commitment of APCEIU in implementing GCED, shown in its various efforts such as the annual UN GCED Seminar, building capacities of teachers, development of curricula and policy guidance on GCED, and opening of platforms such as the International Conference on GCED and the GCED Global Network to exchange ideas and develop strategies for GCED. On a similar note, Bonian Golmohammadi, Secretary-General of WFUNA, highlighted their work on GCED, towards the goal of empowering young people to become global citizens that contribute and engage with the work of the UN and the realization of the SDGs. 

On a special video message, Madame Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO, expounded that the inclusion of GCED in the SDGs is recognition of its role to support an education that meets the needs and challenges of the 21st century, “…convinced that (GCED) is essential to empower learners with skills and values they need to be positive change actors.” Furthermore, she recognized the leadership role of APCEIU in the promotion of GCED, working closely together within UNESCO towards stronger and more efficient programming.

For the keynote speech, Moon Chung-In, Special Advisor to the President of the Republic of Korea for Unification and National Security Affairs and Distinguished Professor of Yonsei, drew the backdrop of the Korean case of GCED, a retrospection of how GCED came into being in the Korean context despite many challenges. Historical memory of poverty and rapid development has caused the Korean society to develop a certain culture that includes attitudes such as low empathy and high nationalism, a major barrier to GCED. As such, he put emphasis on the importance of taking history and culture into account, as is underlined in the GCED textbook developed through a consortium between various provincial offices of education in the Republic of Korea. 

The panel discussion included presentations from practitioners of GCED including Karen Bryner, Director of Educate-A-Child Technical Department, Education Above All; Lily Gray, Liaison Officer, UNESCO Office in New York; Han Kyung-Koo, Professor, Seoul National University; Mareike Hachemer, Teacher and Member of the Global Goals Educator Task Force; and Theresa Ridings, Student Cohort, Lehigh University’s Global Citizenship Programme. Panelists discussed about their activities on GCED, and perspectives that they apply in doing so. The role of teachers has been stressed, in that they need to become global citizens first and to be provided with resources and capacities developed. Students beyond the formal education sector needs to be offered with opportunities on GCED, lest the cycle of marginalization will continue. As well, the message of the complementarity between national citizenship and global citizenship was an important topic in the discussion. In the words of Han Kyung-Koo, “I believe that a good patriot can be, and should be, a really good global citizen. National citizenship is not an event, it is a process, and so is global citizenship.”

At his closing remarks, Ambassador Hahn Choonghee, Deputy Permanent Representative of the Republic of Korea to the United Nations, put stress on the value of GCED beyond Target 4.7, as it achieves the ultimate goal of building peace through the United Nations. “I do not think that GCED is just a sub-target…rather it is our over-arching and ultimate goal for all SDGs, even the whole process of the United Nations. This is a common undertaking and it will be this solemn responsibility of our generation for our next generation’s children.”

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APCEIU가 알립니다2017.06.29 11:28
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International Conference on GCED will be held from 13th to 14th of this September! 
Here are some scenes from the last year's Conference. Please take a look to guess what will happen this year.

 

 

 

 

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아태교육원과 선거연수원이 공동주관하는 제1회 세계시민 UCC콘텐츠 공모전 네티즌 심사가 6월 30일까지 온라인에서 진행됩니다. 세계시민교육을 확산하기 위한 이번 공모전 네티즌 심사에 많은 참여 바랍니다.

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Please participate in netizen screening of 1st Global Citizens Video Contest (~6.30), organized by APCEIU and #KOCEI(Korean Civic Education Institue for Democracy)

http://gce-contest.or.kr/index2.php

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The 3rd Youth Leadership Workshop on GCED was held from 28 May to 3 June 2017 in Jeju, Republic of Korea. During this workshop, 50 youth leaders/activists from 42 countries participated in various forms of programmes, including plenary sessions on GCED, workshops for Youth Advocacy and study visits to understand GCED local initiative.

Facilitated by APCEIU and core members of GCED Youth Network, this workshop was a forum for participants to actively share and engage with each other based on their local youth activities. Starting with the sessions on Introduction of GCEDby Director CHUNG Utak and Office of Education and Training, various workshops under the main theme of Deepening the Understanding of GCED Advocacywere held. 

For the session of Youth Inspirational Speakers on GCEDby GCED Youth Network, youth leaders took part in various interactive exercises to understand GCED through sharing their own GCED activities and ultimately respect the difference of each other through GCED. Following this, participants had a session to ponder over the advocacy in GCED and its implementation strategies during the group activities. As a part of the session, GCED Advocacy, which was led by the GCED Youth Network introduced Youth Advocacy Toolkit and internalised advocacy strategies to efficiently implement GCED as a youth leader. 

In order to explore the local initiatives and develop a strategic planning for GCED, the youth activists participated in study visits to two different places in Jeju. Participants chose one of the options to experience and deepen their understandings of local initiatives on GCED based on the following themes: 
1) Understanding GCED Local Initiatives- Global Inner Peace, A Civil Society Organization on Global Issues; 2) Creative Ways for the Sustainable Future- Jaejudo Joa, A Cultural Group for Sustainable Marine Ecosystem through Beachcombing.

By exploring GCED in local settings, the youth leaders had a priceless opportunity to relate their own experience with the different areas of Jeju to find methods to implement GCED in their home countries and share their activities on social media. After the study visit, participants gathered at Ttarabi Oreum and participated in the Peace Campaign by writing peace messages and flying kites.


On June 1, the participants in six groups presented their outcomes to promote GCED by different thematic issues followed by action plans on specific topics: 

1) Human Rights - Sexual Human Trafficking, 2) Leadership Development - Social Entrepreneurship, 3) Peace & Conflict - Act for Tolerance, 4) Cross-Cultural Understanding - Dialogue for Peace 5) Environmental Sustainability - Design a Sustainable Future with Comunidade da Mare 6) Gender Equality - Sanitary Pad, Right for Every Girl. 

Each group gave a speech on the above topics, composed of the background, target group, plans/timeline, method, evaluation/monitoring and organisational approach. To find the solutions to each issue, youth leaders had discussions to share their ideas and come up with group outcomes which are to be implemented and reproduced after the workshop as follow-up activities.

On the last day, the youth activists participated in a session on The Role of Youth and Culture in Shaping a Peaceful and Sustainable Futurein Jeju Forum for Peace and Prosperity. In this session organised by APCEIU and Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, two of the Workshop participants shared their youth and culture activities representing youth leaders across the globe as panelists. Her Excellency Puan Maharani, Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture of Indonesia, His Excellency Hamat Bah, Minister for Tourism and Culture of The Gambia, Mr. Eduardo Mendez, Executive Director of Simon Bolivar Music Foundation in Venezuela and Mr. Daniel Lindemann, TV personality in Korea from Germany Culture also joined the session as panelists. 

At the closing ceremony, Director Gwangjo KIM from UNESCO Bangkok commented that It is important to take actions as global leaders and bring the issues forward to implement GCED in your own community.Director CHUNG concluded this workshop by saying that It is surely expected that the outcome of workshop will be implemented in your programmes of diverse regions and APCEIU will continuously support youth activities through GCED Youth Network.


 

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The Role of Global Citizenship Education in the 2030 Agenda and Beyond

How does global citizenship education (SDG Target 4.7) contribute to the values and vision of the United Nations?

 

Monday, June 19, 2017

3:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Conference Room 3, UNHQ 

 

 

Global citizenship education (GCED) aims to empower people to develop the understandings, skills and values to take action to resolve global challenges and contribute to a more peaceful, tolerant, inclusive and secure world.

 

This seminar will highlight key dimensions of GCED in line with UN agendas and explore opportunities for GCED to enhance and advance progress toward realizing the values and vision of the UN through discussion among different stakeholders.

 

 

View the flyer here. Click here to RSVP! 

 

 

The event will be webcast. Attendance is open to all representatives with a valid UN Pass. Those without a UN Pass must RSVP and provide the required identification information in order to receive a special events pass to attend the seminar.

       

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APCEIU 안과밖2017.05.17 11:55
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유네스코 아태교육원과 유네스코 남아프리카 지역 사무소(ROSA)가 공동주관하는 ‘2017 사하라 이남 아프리카 지역 세계시민교육 네트워크 회의’ (2017 Sub-Saharan Africa Regional GCED Network Meeting)가 4월 6일부터 7일까지 남아프리카 공화국에 있는 요하네스버그에서 개최되었다. 사하라 이남 아프리카 지역 교육부, 시민사회, 대학과 연구 기관 및 유네스코 기관에서 50명의 대표자들이 참석하였고 지속가능발전목표 (Sustainable Development Goals: SDGs) 중 중요한 부분인 세계시민교육을 실행하기 위하여 아프리카 지역 내 세계시민교육 네트워크의 장을 마련하였다.

네트워크 회의에서 다양한 그룹 활동을 통해 지역 내에서 진행되고 있는 세계시민교육 관련 활동들을 검토하였고 앞으로의 방향에 대해 논의하였다. 특히, 이번 회의는 변혁적인 교육을 촉진하고 지역의 난제를 해결하는 방안을 세우는 데 있어서 세계시민교육의 중요성을 강조하였다. 또한 아프리카 지역에 있는 학습자들이 세계시민의식과 관련된 지식과 기술을 배울 수 있도록 지속가능발전목표 4.7을 실행하기 위한 방안들을 수립하였다.

이번 회의의 주최국을 대표하여 유네스코 남아프리카 국가위원회 레피카 체티(Lefika CHETTY)가 부사무총장은 개회식 축사에서 “세계 평화를 추구하는 시대에 기초교육을 받지 못하는 개인과 공동체는 그들이 소속한 사회뿐만 아니라 국제 사회에서도 소외당할 가능성이 높다”라며 어느 누구도 소외되지 않기 위해서는 세계시민교육이 시급한 과제라고 주장하였다.

유네스코 남아프리카 지역사무소 휴버트 기젠(Hubert GIJZEN) 소장은 세계시민교육이 아프리카 에서는 상대적으로 새로운 개념일 수 있지만, 세계시민교육의 요소들, 예를 들면 인권, 시민성, 국제 관계, 평화, 분쟁 해결, 민주주의, 환경교육은 아프리카에서 생소한 용어가 아니라고 언급하며 이번 회의가 교육의 역할과 지속가능한발전의 모든 목표를 통합하는 방법을 다시 고려해 볼 수 있는 좋은 기회가 될 것이라고 전했다. 유네스코 아태교육원 정우탁 원장은 참가자들에게 세계시민교육이 모든 사람들의 중요한 과제라며 세계시민교육을 달성하기 위한 협력을 강조하였다. 그는 “세계시민교육은 단순히 유엔이나 유네스코만의 과제가 아니라 모든 교육자들과 교사들이 해결해야 할, 우리 모두의 과제입니다”라고 말하였다.

이번 회의는 세계시민교육을 활성화하기 위한 사하라 이남 아프리카 지역 여러 기관들의 다양한 노력을 소개하였다. 또한 정부 및 청년을 포함한 시민사회, 연구기관, 고등교육기관 그리고 유네스코를 포함한 국제기구까지 여러 관계자들의 다양한 관점들을 강조하였다. 동시에 아프리카 지역에서 오랫동안 대두되었던 인권, 평화, 성 평등과 같은 세계시민교육에 포함된 다양한 개념들에 대해 좀 더 깊이 논의하는 자리가 되었다.

회의 참가자들은 청년들 사이에서 일어나고 있는 분쟁을 해결하고 급진화를 예방하는 등 현재 아프리카 지역의 과제를 해결하기 위해서 교육, 특히 세계세계시민교육의 중요성에 대해 의견을 제시했다. 기관별, 주제별, 지역별 문제점을 해결할 수 있는 전략과 방안을 토의했고 우선순위를 정하여 세계시민교육의 촉진을 강화하기 위한 전략들을 마련하였다. 이러한 전략과 함께, 조정(coordination)과 소통(communication)이라는 주요 메시지를 반영하여 향후 계획을 작성하였다.

유네스코 동아프리카 지역사무소 앤 테레사 동 자타(Ann Therese NDONG JATTA) 소장은 세계시민교육에 대한 참가자들의 진지함과 헌신을 치하했다. 동 자타 소장은 이 회의를 통해 결성 된 네트워크를 통해 아프리카 지역의 평화 구축을 위한 발판으로서 교육의 중요성과, 세계시민교육을 통한 지역 내의 포괄성 증진을 강조했다.

이번 회의는 아프리카 지역의 세계시민교육 네트워크를 형성하는 데 큰 도움이 되었다. 이 네트워크는 다른 세계시민교육 사업들을 연결하고 새로운 사업들을 준비하는 데 도움이 될 것으로 보이며 아프리카에서 세계시민교육의 실행을 강화하기 위한 협력을 촉진할 것으로 기대된다.

관련 링크:
http://www.unesco.org/new/en/harare/about-this-office/single-view/news/identifying_strategies_and_solidifying_regional_action_for_g-1/

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Co-organized by APCEIU and the UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa (ROSA), the 2017 Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Global Citizenship Education (GCED) Network Meeting was held on 6-7 April 2017 in Johannesburg, South Africa. The meeting brought about 50 representatives from Sub-Saharan Africa education-related ministries, civil society organizations, universities and research institutions and UNESCO entities to develop strategies and solidify regional action for GCED, in light of its realization as an integral part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The meeting held discussions and group work that identified existing action of different stakeholder groups on GCED, challenges, and ways forward. In particular, the meeting shone light on the importance of GCED in promoting transformative education and developing solutions with the region’s pressing challenges. The meeting also identified ways on how to implement SDG Target 4.7, to ensure that learners in the region are provided with knowledge and skills that promote sustainable development and global citizenship.

Representing the host country, Ms Lefika Chetty, Deputy Secretary-General of the South African National Commission for UNESCO, at the opening of the meeting highlighted the urgency of GCED to leave no one behind in her congratulatory remarks, saying that, “It is obvious, especially within the overall context of accelerating global peace, that individuals and communities without a satisfactory level of basic education risk becoming marginalized not only within their own society but from the global society too.”

Initiating the opening remarks from the organizing institutions, Mr Hubert Gijzen, Director of the UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa, explained that GCED, while relatively new to Africa, has existed in the region, and is an opportunity to rethink about the role of education, and a way to integrate all the dimension of sustainable development. In his words, he mentioned that, “Global Citizenship may be a relatively new term in African countries. However, components of GCED such as human rights, citizenship, international relations, peace, conflicts resolution, democracy, and environmental education are not new in the lexicon of Africa.” Mr Utak Chung, Director of APCEIU, urged participants towards collaboration towards GCED, as it is everyone’s agenda. “Fostering global citizenship is not just one of the UN or UNESCO’s agenda. It is every educator’s agenda, every teacher’s agenda. It is everyone’s agenda,” he said.

The meeting showcased the diverse efforts of institutions in the various sub-regions of Sub-Saharan Africa towards the promotion of GCED. It highlighted the different perspectives of stakeholder groups, ranging from governments, civil society organizations including the youth, research groups, higher education institutions, and international organizations including UNESCO and its related entities. At the same time, the meeting showed the diverse concepts embedded in GCED, including human rights, peace, and gender equality, among others, which has been implemented in the region for a long time. Participants voiced the importance of GCED in reinforcing the role of education in addressing current challenges of the region, including resolving conflict and the prevention of radicalization amongst the youth. They also discussed on strategies at the organizational, thematic and regional levels, identified priorities, and developed strategies to strengthen promotion of GCED.

With the development of the strategies, follow-up plans were drawn where the key message is coordination and communication. Ms Ann Therese Ndong-Jatta, Director of the UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa, congratulated the participants for their seriousness and commitment for GCED. She urged that participants to utilize the network formed in this meeting as a stepping stone towards building peace through education for Africa building on existing work, and to promote inclusiveness. The meeting jumpstarted the formation of the Africa Regional GCED Network, which is expected to map different GCED programmes and explore possible collaboration in light of solidifying regional action for GCED in Africa.

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http://www.unesco.org/new/en/harare/about-this-office/single-view/news/identifying_strategies_and_solidifying_regional_action_for_g-1/

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유네스코 아시아태평양 국제이해교육원「세계시민-국제기구 체험관」5기 서포터즈를 아래와 같이 모집합니다. 
관심 있는 분들의 적극적인 지원을 바랍니다.
 
○ 모집인원: O명 

○ 활동기간: 2017년 6월 1일 - 2017년 8월 31일 

○ 활동내용: 「세계시민-국제기구 체험관」활동 지원 
   - 모의 유네스코 총회 지원
   - 세계시민 체험 지원 

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   - 국제이해교육 및 세계시민교육 활동에 관심 있는 자
   - 주중에 있는 체험관 수업에 참여할 수 있는 자
   - 대학 재학생 및 휴학생 우대
   - 교육 관련 경력 유경험자 우대

○ 활동조건 
   - 활동일: 체험관 정규 운영일인 화/목 중 택1일 또는 2일 (09:00 - 18:00)
     ※ 필요 시 특별프로그램(화목 이외)에도 활동 가능
   - 장소: 유네스코 아시아태평양 국제이해교육원「세계시민-국제기구 체험관」(서울시 구로동 소재)
   - 참가자 특전 : 유네스코 아태교육원「세계시민-국제기구 체험관」활동증명서 교부
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○ 선발절차 및 일정
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   - 활동 시작: 2017년 6월 1일(목)

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   - 국영문 자기소개서 각1부 (자유로운 형식으로 A4 용지 2매 이내) 

○ 지원방법 : 지원서류 이메일 제출(gcc@unescoapceiu.org)
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   ※ 파일명 및 이메일 제목을 ‘체험관_서포터즈지원_이름’으로 기재

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제1회 세계시민 UCC 콘텐츠 공모전

유네스코 아태교육원과 협력기관인 선거연수원이 공동으로 세계시민교육 발전을 위한 [제 1회 세계시민 UCC 콘텐츠 공모전]을 개최합니다.

'지구촌 시대, 책임있게 행동하는 시민'을 주제로 하는 이번 공모전 참가자는 '민주주의와 선거' , '세계시민의식' 두 가지 부문 중 한가지를 선택하여 3분이상 7분 이내의 자유로운 UCC콘텐츠를 홈페이지에 올려 접수할 수 있습니다. 많은 참여 부탁드립니다.

공지보기: http://bit.ly/2pZRE0g

 

1 세계시민 UCC 콘텐츠 공모전


응모자격


    □ 제한 없음 (팀으로 지원할 경우, 인원 제한 없음)


응모주제

지구촌 시대, 책임있게 행동하는 시민


응모부문

민주주의와 선거

    □ 세계시민의식

      * 세부내용은 홈페이지 참고(www.gce-contest.or.kr)


응모일정

    □ 접수: 51~615

    1차 심사: 6 16~6 30

    2차 심사: 7 20

    시상식: 7 27

       * 일정은 추후 변동 가능 


작품규격


분량: 3분 이상 7분 이내

수량: 제한 없음 (다만, 중복 수상은 불가)

형식: 제한 없음 (, 유튜브에 업로드 가능해야 함)

* 동영상, 플래시, 에니메이션, 만화, 광고, 뮤직비디오, 사진 슬라이드 쇼 등

해상도: 1280x720 픽셀(HD) 이상

용량: 150MB이하 (당선작은 원본 별도 제출)

 

접수방법


    □ 공모전 홈페이지를 통한 인터넷 접수

www.gce-contest.or.kr

* 홈페이지로 접수된 작품은 1차 네티즌 심사를 위해 공모전 유튜브 채널에 함께 게시됩니다.

 

심사기준

□ 1차 심사

동영상 시청 횟수 50% + 심사점수 50% 종합하여 5배수 선정

□ 2차 심사

외부전문가 등 심사위원단을 구성하여 심사

 

 시상내역

시 상 등 급

인원

시 상 훈 격

상금

   

국내.외 참가자

1작품

중앙선거관리위원회위원장상

US $ 5,000

최우수상

한국참가자

1작품

선거연수원장상

US $ 2,000

외국참가자

1작품

유네스코아태교육원장상

US $ 2,000

우 수 상

한국참가자

1작품

선거연수원장상

US $ 1,000

외국참가자

1작품

유네스코아태교육원장상

US $ 1,000

 

*한국 참가자의 상금은 지급일 환율에 따라 산정된 금액 지급

*심사기준에 부합하는 작품이 없다고 판단될 경우 특정 시상등급의 수상작을 선정하지 않을 수 있음



문의사항

공모전 운영사무국 02-334-9044

*기타 문의 사항은 홈페이지 내 FAQ Q&A 참조

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