全球化、民族國家與公民教育


摘要:本文主要以羅伯森的四個思考全球化之參考座標,同理推演出民族國家的四個理解取向,用以理解台灣在全球化、民族國家及公民意識互動上的關係。

論全球公民教育與其教學實踐-以大學生的學習為例


摘要:全球化引發激烈的社會變遷、風險與危機等影響,並進而使個體生活經驗連串吉至全球層次之事件上。考量此趨勢,本研究考察全球公民屬性的變遷與探討全球公民之學習橋面,且聚焦於全球公民教育之教學實踐的相關面向,並以大學生的學習為例加以探討。

全球化脈絡下臺灣公民教育的挑戰與回應


摘要:全球化是一種因為科技快速發展,通訊便捷頻繁,彼此距離縮短,在政治、經濟、文化、教育、宗教等各方面相互影響,形成全球通行標準和共同文化樣式,而利弊互見的現象。它是當代最具影響力的浪潮,不但改變人類生活世界的樣貌,也帶來新的問題和困境。

Global citizenship


Abstract: In broad usage, the term Global citizenship has much the same meaning as World citizen. The term also has additional, specialized senses in differing contexts, particularly in education and political philosophy.

16 ECOPEDAGOGY’S ESSENTIAL ROLE in teaching global citizenship and sustainable development


Author: Greg William Misiaszek

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: The goal of environmental teaching is to both deepen and widen students’ understandings of environmental issues to help guide their environmental actions through their reflection.

15 The holocaust as topic in Global Citizenship Education


Author: Susan Wiksten

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: Genocide is a crime, whether carried out at a time of peace or time of war, and the convention reminds us about the moral problem faced by bystanders: that we cannot justifiably turn our back and not take a stance when the lives of innocent children, men, and women are threatened...

14 Global understanding and citizenship


Author: Benno Werlen

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: With the transformation of the geographical conditions of everyday life in the course of globalization, long-established worldviews are being confronted on a broad front. The observable responses worldwide tend to invoke backward “solution” strategies rather than future-oriented approaches.

13 Complexities of Cybersecurity


Author: Nazli Choucri

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: Almost everyone recognizes the salience of cyberspace in all venues of everyday life. This constructed environment is a distinguishing feature of the 21st century and a powerful new domain of human interaction. 

12 Neoliberalism and the resurgence of nationalist populism: Towards a critical pedagogy of university global citizenship Education.


Author: Jason Nunzio Dorio

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: This essay briefly explores how neoliberal universities are complicit in the resurgence of nationalist populism and concludes by offering a critical pedagogy of global citizenship education (GCE) that counters the dual threat of the neoliberal agenda and the tide of right-wing populism on university campuses.

11 “Occupy Knowledge” for a democratic higher education


Author: Peter Mayo

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: We often hear of the University being at a crossroads - an institution that has had to change because society has changed since the time of the now idealized view provided by Alexander Von Humboldt for the 19th century Prussian/German University. 

10 From Article 26.2 to Target 4.7: Global citizeship education and international networks


Author: Daniel Schugurensky

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract : After the traumatic experience of the Second 1945), the international community pledged to build a new world architecture that would prevent the repetition of those atrocities and promote friendly relations between nations. 

09 Unesco Associated Schools ( ASPnet): How might the power of the network be ignited?


Author: Lynette Shultz

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: Building workers were perhaps amongst the first pre-global citizens. They often have to move from poorer states to the richer states. The building worker in Brazil is largely of rural origin, male and poor, he also carries the stigma of coming from an inferior region to richer regions.

08 The Americas: Literacy as a tool for critical global citizenship


Author: Timothy D. Ireland

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: Building workers were perhaps amongst the first pre-global citizens. They often have to move from poorer states to the richer states. The building worker in Brazil is largely of rural origin, male and poor, he also carries the stigma of coming from an inferior region to richer regions.

07 Middle East: Global citizenship in a hyper-national state: the case of Israele


Author: Halleli Pinson

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: Israel was established as a result of a U.N. resolution to end the British Mandate. However, the Israeli government often ignores the U.N Resolution, condemning the Israeli settlements in the West Bank and endorsing the “two state solution”...

06 Europe: Peace education in Europe


Author: Werner Wintersteiner

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: There is a tight interconnection between peace education and global citizenship education. Peace education promotes knowledge, skills, attitudes and values necessary to enable learners to prevent violence, resolve conflicts peacefully and create conditions for sustainable peace. 

05 Taiwan University Launches Center for Global Citizenship


Author: Liangwen Kuo

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: The Center for Global Citizenship Education at NCTU (NCTU-GCEC) is the first research center focuses on global citizenship education in Taiwan. The Center mission is to develop the research and the pedagogy of global citizenship education in Taiwan...

04 Teachers in Africa and global citizenship education


Author: Charl Wolhuter

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: Africa is a relative newcomer in terms of formal education and formal education systems. The number of teachers in Africa has grown nearly double time from 2000 to 2014. However, teachers in Africa are still facing to the large class size as well as very poor infrastructure. 

03 Global Citizenship Education Network and The Global Leader Scorecard


Author: Nguyen Anh Tuan

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: The Global Citizenship EducationNetwork(GCEN) is a collaboration between the Boston Global Forum and UNESCO- UCLA Chair in Global Learning and Global Citizenship Education that seeks to identify and educate promising global citizens on ideas of peace...

02 Vietnam as a pioneer country in Global Citizenship


Author: Nguyen Lan Anh

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: Dr. Carlos Alberto Torres, UNESCO UCLA Chair in Global Learning and Global Citizenship Education, along with Mr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, CEO and Editor- in-Chief, Global Citizenship Education Network, and...

01 Why Global Commons?


Author: Carlos Alberto Torres

Publisher: Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA

Date: 2017/02/08

Abstract: We offer the reader issue number zero of Global Commons Review􏰁, a new magazine published by the Paulo Freire Institute-UCLA and produced by the UNESCO-UCLA Chair in Global Learning and Global Citizenship Education.....

Global Citizenship Education and the Crises of Multiculturalism


Author: Massimiliano Tarozzi, Carlos Alberto Torres

Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic

Date: 2016/08/11

Abstract : The notion of global citizenship education (GCE) has emerged in the international education discourse in the context of the United Nations Education First Initiative that cites developing global citizens as one of its goals. In this book, the authors argue that ....

Global Citizen – Challenges and Responsibility in an Interconnected World


Author: Aksel Braanen Sterri

Publisher: Sense Publishers

Date: 2014/11/28

Abstract: A globalized world places new demands on us as citizens. Global Citizen – Challenges and Responsibility in an Interconnected World gives insight and perspectives on what it means to be a citizen in a global world from Norway's most distinguished scholars....

Decolonizing global citizenship education


Author: Ali A. Abdi , Lynette Shultz , Thashika Pillay

Publisher: Sense Publishers

Date: 2015/09/25

Abstract: The ideas for this reader came out of a conference organized through the Centre for Global Citizenship Education and Research (CGCER) at the University of Alberta in 2013. With the high expansion of global citizenship education scholarship in the past 15....

Revisiting Multiculturalism in Canada: Theories, Policies and Debates


Author: Shibao Guo, Lloyd Wong

Publisher: Sense Publishers

Date: 2015/08/02

Abstract: In 1971 Canada was the first nation in the world to establish an official multiculturalism policy with an objective to assist cultural groups to overcome barriers to integrate into Canadian society while maintaining their heritage language and culture. Since then Canada’s practice and policy of multiculturalism have endured and been deemed as successful by many Canadians....

Liberal multiculturalism and the fair terms of integration


Author: Balint, P., Latour, S. Guérard de, Guérard de Latour, Sophie

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK

Date: 2013/08/31

Abstract: The question of what are the fair terms of integration in contemporary diverse societies arises out of two opposed tendencies. One, towards diversity, is driven by several factors, including the global movement of people, the existence of settler societies and the mismatch between state and nation. The other is the apparent need for some sort of unity within a polity. Liberal multiculturalism offers a particular framework for addressing this central and pressing question....

Re-Imagined Universities and Global Citizen Professionals


Author: Shanti George

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK

Date: 2014/01/28

Abstract: Universities are increasingly criticised for their limited relevance to a globalized and unequal world. Drawing on research from over 27 countries, this book outlines new directions for universities and the need to rethink the education that they provide based on the experiences of schools of international development studies....

Postcolonial Perspectives on Global Citizenship Education


Author: Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti, Lynn Mario T. M. de Souza

Publisher: Routledge

Date: 2014/03/21

Abstract: This volume bridges the gap between contemporary theoretical debates and educational policies and practices. It applies postcolonial theory as a framework of analysis that attempts to engage with and go beyond essentialism, ethno- and euro-centrisms through a critical examination of contemporary case studies and conceptual issues.....

Global-Citizenship


Author: Kennedy Graham

Date: 2015

Abstract: The idea of global citizenship is as old as political thought. It rests on five millennia of unrealised universalism, qualified by four centuries of dominant nationalism. The contemporary age is witness to the articulation of universalism in human rights within the context of national political thought. How the tension between universalism and individualism will play out through this century is the focus of enquiry here...

Global Citizenship Education: Theoretical and Empirical Foundations


Author: Carlos Alberto Torres

 

Abstract: The emergence of post-national citizenships questions the principles and values as well as the rights and responsibilities in which national citizenships were founded. Does this new reality reflect a crisis of classical liberalism and particularly of its neoliberal declination facing the new challenges of globalization and diversity? Multiculturalism, one of the answers to the dilemmas of citizenship and diversity shows signs of crisis....