Global Education: 3 lessons we can we still learn from the “Live Aid Legacy”

Here is the English translation of an article I wrote in May 2018 for DODO – the Italian magazine for Youth Policies published by Eurodesk Italy in cooperation with the Sardinia Region. It is a basic introduction to S. Schwartz’s Theory of Universal Human Values, how values change in society, and a story about the […]

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SAY – Spinning a Yarn

What happens when you try to combine two topics apparently very different from each other? Who knows? We didn’t. And that’s why we decided to realise SAY – Spinning a Yarn: a training course on how to apply effectively storytelling methods to global education issues. If you needed to search what “Spinning a Yarn” means, don’t worry: you […]

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Insight 2014 – Tanzania

This is a short summary of what happened in the summer 2014, when I went to Tanzania to take part to “Insight”, a fantastic project organised by the Irish friends at Development Perspectives with Uvikiuta in Tanzania. Insight is a year-long learning programme on Global Education that takes part in Ireland and Tanzania. It involves students (no real […]

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