Global education in Europe to 2015.
Strategy, policies, and perspectives.
Outcomes and Papers of the Europe-wide Global Education Congress; Maastricht, The Netherlands, 15th - 17th November 2002.
Introduction and OutlinePART 1 OUTCOMES OF THE MAASTRICHT CONGRESS
1.1 Executive Summary
1.2 Summary of the ″Maastricht Global Education Declaration"PART 2 GLOBAL EDUCATION IN EUROPE: CONTEXTS & PERSPECTIVES
2.1 INTRODUCTORY PAPERS
- Global Education in Europe: Challenges and Opportunities
Bendik RUGAAS, Director General, DG IV - Education, Culture and Heritage, Youth and Sports, Council of Europe.
- Increasing Commitment to Global Education
Karel VAN KESTEREN, Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Netherlands.2.2 POLITICAL CONTEXTS FOR GLOBAL EDUCATION
- Global Education by Governments
Charles GOERENS, Minister for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid, Luxembourg.
- The Millennium Development Goals: a Challenge to Global Education to 2015
Olav KJORVEN, State Secretary for International Development, Norway.
- The Outcomes of the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) and Global Education
Prof. Bedrich MOLDAN, Chairperson, Commission on Sustainable Development 9 (CSD 9) and former Minister of Environment, Czech Republic.
- Global Education in Europe: Some Southern Perspectives
Naty BERNARDINO, Senior Researcher at the Resource Centre for People's Development, and Secretariat of the International South Group Network, the Philippines.2.3 PERSPECTIVES ON THE CONTENT AND ROLE OF GLOBAL EDUCATION
- The role and content of Global Education: implications for global citizenship, sustainable development and educational reform
Dr. Klaus SEITZ, epd-Entwicklungspolitik, Germany.
- Education for Development in the South, and Global Education in the North: the role of Parliamentarians
Max VAN DER BERG, MEP, Rapporteur on Education/Development, European Parliament.
- Global Education as a right and a necessity: the role of different quadrilogue actors
Michael McGOWAN, Leeds City Council and the Network of Nuclear-Free Local Authorities, United Kingdom.
- Global Education for Sustainability: towards Change
Dr. Jose Eduardo MARTINS, Secretary of State for Environment, Portugal.
- Global Education: the key to reforming educational curricula and Implementing sustainable development
Dr. Maria ARSENIO NUNES, on behalf of Prof. Mariana CASCAIS, Secretary of State for Education, Portugal.2.4 IMPROVING AND INCREASING GLOBAL EDUCATION
- Raising quality in Global Education
Dr. Douglas BOURN, Director, Development Education Association, UK
- More and Better Public Opinion Research for More and Better Global Education
Ida McDONNELL and Henri-Bernard SOLIGNAC-LECOMTE, OECD Development Centre, with Liam WEGIMONT, Head of Global Education Unit, North-South Centre of the Council of Europe.
- Inter-ministerial Co-operation for Improved Global Education - the Learning for Sustainability Model
Roel VAN RAAIJ, Ministry of Agriculture, Nature Management and Fisheries; and secretary of the steering group of Education for Sustainability, the Netherlands.
- Evaluation in Global Education: Improving Quality, Assuring Effectiveness
Dr. Barbara ASBRAND and Dr. Gregor LANG-WOJTASIK, University of Nuremberg/GENE Working Group on evaluation, Germany.
- South Evaluation in European Global Education: the Norwegian Experience
Arnfinn NYGAARD, Rorg Norway with Dr. Stiaan VAN DER MERWE, VDM Consultants and Co-ordinator, Norwegian South Evaluation, South Africa.2.5 INCREASING & STRENGTHENING GLOBAL EDUCATION
- Structures of Funding and Support for Global Education in 7 selected Countries of the Council of Europe
Susanne HÖCK, Consultant for Organisational Development and Evaluation, Austria, on behalf of the GENE Network.
- National Coordination for Global Education: Good Practice by Local Authorities
Ulrich NITSCHKE, Head of the Service-Agency, Communities in One World, Germany.
- Funding and Support for Global Education: Challenges for Europe
Henny HELMICH, Director, NCDO, the Netherlands.
- Reflections on the Contexts for Congress Follow-up: UNECE, Baltic 21 Education and other initiatives
Carl LINDBERG, Deputy State Secretary for Education, SwedenPART 3 CONGRESS PROCESS
3.1 WORKING GROUP PROCESS
- Sector-based Working Group Sessions
- Plenary Overview: Report from Working-Group Chairs
- The Southern Participants - Process and Statement3.2 PRESENTATION OF THE MAASTRICHT DECLARATION3.3 CONCLUDING PLENARY DISCUSSION AND STATEMENTS
- Views from the Congress Floor and response from the Panel
- Statement from the Session Chair
Louk de la RIVE BOX, President - European Inter-university Association on Society, Science and Technology.
- Moving the Process Forward
Jos LEMMERS, Executive Director, North-South Centre of the Council of Europe.
- Congress Closing Statement
Henny HELMICH, Director, NCDO, the Netherlands.APPENDICES
Appendix 1: The Maastricht Global Education Declaration
Appendix 2: Congress Think-tank
Appendix 3: Congress Session Chairs
Appendix 4: Congress / GEW Live Video-link (Cyprus, Romania and Sweden)
Appendix 5: List of Global Education Week National Coordinators
Appendix 6: Congress Agenda
Appendix 7: Congress Participants
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