On Friday, June 17, 2022, 11.00-13.00 CET, Canary Wharf Consulting is hosting the event "Promoting global citizenship education in schools", organized within the European Erasmus+ project “Politeia” that seeks to promote global citizenship in European schools.

Marking the end of this 2-year project, the event will provide an opportunity to present the work done, such as the global citizenship course that was designed for teachers, researchers and educational authorities, and the e-learning platform that was developed. During the event, we will also discuss successful practices in promoting global citizenship in education.

Topics to be addressed include:

  • Empowering teachers through activities and tools for managing diversity in the classroom
  • Intercultural Consciousness
  • Enhancing the inclusion of students of all ethnic, religious and social backgrounds through the creation of a safe space

The event is addressed to teachers and educational support staff, school leaders, policymakers and the wider school community, and will be hosted in English. Certificates of attendance will be provided to participants.

Download the invitation here.

A few words about Politeia

POLITEIA is an Erasmus+ project that aims to address the gap in the provision of global citizenship education in secondary schools, and to support teachers to promote and integrate global citizenship in their teaching, in the U.K., Greece, Portugal, Slovenia and Cyprus. The project has built an innovative, tailored training course addressed to teachers to allow them to confidently bring global citizenship issues in the classroom, integrate its themes and values in the citizenship course or across curricula and ignite students’ interest in global citizenship.

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Finally, our Storyliving team met in person in Athens to discuss the project's next steps! We couldn't meet earlier during the implementation of the project because of the pandemic's restrictions. On the 5th and 6th of May, the consortium met in Athens, Greece, to discuss the current stage of the project and its next steps.

The European Program “Mastering Energy Supply focusing on Isolated Areas – MESfIA” is funded by the European Union under the ERASMUS+ framework and is co-ordinated by Hellenic Mediterranean University (HMU) and Ass.Prof. Tsikalakis Antonis ()-Hellenic Mediterranean University- ECE Dpt. This project brings together stakeholders from both EU and South East Asia in order to develop Postgraduate Curriculum at various issues relevant with the Energy Supply of isolated and insular areas.

Download the brochure of "Storyliving" project here.

The online event “Early School Leaving: A challenge for the future,” organized by Canary Wharf Consulting on the 12th of November 2021, brought together more than 50 professionals from the educational community to discuss the issue of Early School Leaving and the work that

On the 12th of November 2021, from 13:00 to 14:30 (UK time), Canary Wharf Consulting invites you to the online event Early School Leaving : A challenge for Europe, organized within the European project APPLE – eArly warning Platform to Prevent youth from dropping out of School Education.









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