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For Global Citizens inside & outside the classroom, we'll be exploring the challenges that face us all as learners, educators and humans. With a wide range of voices and perspectives, each fortnightly episode will be packed with ideas, inspiration and insight into the world around us; both locally and globally. www.wosdec.org.uk/what-we-do/podcast
 
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Here's a brief message from the team as we work out how we can best support educators during the Covid-19 pandemic and with all the changes that's bringing to the ways we live, learn and work. If you've got any feedback or would like to get in touch, email enquiries@wosdec.org.uk and one of the team will get back to you. After Easter we'll have tai…
 
In 1993, the year before he became President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela visited Glasgow to thank its people (and those of the other 8 authorities that granted him Freedom of the City) for their support through the years of international campaigning and resistance; all of which contributed to his eventual release from prison in 1990. In this fi…
 
With the UN's Climate Summit coming to Glasgow in November this year, we joined our friends at Learning for Sustainability Scotland at their event, Feeling the Pressure: Planetary health, participatory democracy and you, as they discussed the Summit, also known as COP (Conference of Parties). So, in this BONUS episode ahead of Series 2, we hear fro…
 
"It is ALL achievable" - so says zoologist Izzie Eriksen as she chats to us about biodiversity, responsibility, fast fashion, the circular economy and her most recent venture, Apparel Xchange; 'a social enterprise dedicated to school uniform reuse', as well as raising awareness of the environmental, social and wider benefits of reducing, reusing an…
 
"This isn't hippy nonsense - this is REAL!" - we talk to some of the 1000s of people on the streets of Glasgow who joined millions around the world for the Global Climate Strike on September 20th. From P2 pupils to Grandparents, we get a sense of why people were out in such force and consider the role that education has to play, with a visit to Lea…
 
"It's quite interesting to see how people believe that all Africans are poor helpless people..." - a secondary pupil shares her thoughts on reactions to films in a workshop at one of the events we drop-in on, in this our second episode for Global Citizenship Month. We meet some of the organisations and individuals who make up IDEAS (the Internation…
 
In the first of two special episodes for Global Citizenship Month, we travel around Scotland hearing from teachers and young people about the impact of Global Citizenship Education and celebrating the work of our fellow Development Education Centres and IDEAS members - it's a real celebration of what's going on inside and outside classrooms across …
 
We chat about the impact that social enterprises can have on young people; how the 'Global Goals' can be used by educators; and hear from young people campaigning for change in their schools. Plus we find out what the pupils of St. Michael's Primary did when noone bought their smoothies! This episode features James Johnstone from Social Enterprise …
 
In our very first show we hear from Climate Strikers in Glasgow, pupils & staff from Thornlie Primary School in Wishaw, Educational Activist Colm Regan & Head of Christian Aid Scotland, Sally Foster-Fulton. Plus our very own Global Education Adviser, Diana Ellis. You'll hear P5 & P6 pupils talking about inequality & poverty, Colm explaining why he …
 
Here's another taste of what's in store when we launch our podcast in August 2019; a conversation between primary school teachers in Glasgow about the moment we all need in our education...getting switched on to what's happening in the world around us and how we can have an impact on it.WOSDEC
 
Before we launch the full podcast in August 2019, we're releasing a few teasers to help whet your appetite for what's to come! Here are the voices of some young people at Glasgow's recent Climate Strikes, explaining why they've joined the global movement.WOSDEC
 
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