WFUNA at UNESCO Week for Peace and Sustainable Development

The World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) is a global nonprofit organization representing and coordinating a membership of over 100 national United Nations Associations.
Thursday, March 9, 2017
WFUNA and The World’s Largest Lesson will be co-hosting a session at UNESCO Week for Peace and Sustainable Development: The Role of Education in Ottawa, Canada entitled, "Connecting Classrooms to the World: How GCED Can Bring the SDGs to Life for Students."

 

This March, WFUNA and World’s Largest Lesson will be co-hosting a session at UNESCO Week for Peace and Sustainable Development: The Role of Education in Ottawa, Canada. The session will explore the impact of efforts by civil society to promote global citizenship education (GCED) for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), outside of formal education.

WFUNA's GCED Officer, Megan Wilhelm, will present the Mission Possible program, and a principal from a Mission Possible School in India will share her perspectives.

Thursday, March 9, 2017
4pm – 5:30pm EST

The session will be moderated by Kathryn White, President and CEO of the United Nations Association in Canada. Speakers include:

  • Alison Bellwood, Programme Director, The World’s Largest Lesson
  • Kalai Selvi, Head of School, Vidyashilp Academy, Bangalore, India (Mission Possible School)
  • Megan Wilhelm, Global Citizenship Education Officer, WFUNA

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