omep’s esd 2013-14 ingrid pramling samuelsson & john siraj-blatchford cork 2014, wa
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DESCRIPTIONOMEP’s ESD 2013-14 Ingrid Pramling Samuelsson & John Siraj-Blatchford Cork 2014, WA. Three main issues. Background report for UNESCO’s conference in Aichi-Nagoya, Japan ending the Decade for Education for Sustainable Development - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Building Peace through Sustainable Development
OMEPs ESD 2013-14
Ingrid Pramling Samuelsson & John Siraj-BlatchfordCork 2014, WA
Three main issuesBackground report for UNESCOs conference in Aichi-Nagoya, Japan ending the Decade for Education for Sustainable Development The Education Rating Scale for Sustainable Development in Early Childhood (ERS-SDEC) OMEPs World Project 2013-14; Equality for Sustainability Future: OMEPs World Project 2014-16
2UNESCO report some conclusionsSustainable development an transformative and holistic redefinition of Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Universal access to ECCEQuality Provisions for ECCEFurther Wash from the StartFurther actions to reduce violence against childrenThe Rights of Young ChildrenThe Initial Education and Training of ECCE ProfessionalsDelegated funding for ESD and ECCE
The report has lead toOMEP being asked to run the work-shop in ECCE together with the Association for the Development of Education in Africa, in NagoyaPlanning for further OMEP work in ESD took place in a workshop in Gothenburg 9-10 JuneBy going back to and revise the Gothenburg recommendations from 2008OMEP working with other agenciesExamples of practicesDeveloping a new world project related to teacher edSubsahara perspcetive, their priority
EDS agenda 2010 and Global Partnership and UNESCO agenda where the needs is greatestWhat is the direction4Equality for sustainability13 countries participated, in total 87projectsSocio-economic/ relative poverty Special needs and disability Social Injustice (general) Gender Ethnicity (and indigenous peoples)Participating countries; Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, France, Kenya, Japan, New Zealand, Peru, Poland, Slovakia, RussiaWinners 2014Childrens ideas about families access to food from a perspective of wealth and poverty - Dr Libby-Lee Hammond, Dr Sandra Hesterman, Dr Marianne Knaus and Mrs Mary Vajda (Australia)Proteccin de la Madre Tierra (Protecting Mother Earth) - Jocelyn Uribe and Vernica Romo (Chile)Matarajio: Gender equality in Kenya - Mercy Murugi Macharia (Kenya)All the children of the world - Jarmila Sobotova (Slovak Republic)
The right to equality without distinction of race, religion, origin, position.
The right to protection against discrimination and education in the spirit of tolerance, peace and brotherhood. Activity:1
People of the world Such as we are all
Matarajio: Gender equality in KenyaZoe Miles with children at Cranborne Preschool UK
Ng'ondu Preschool:UK-Kenya PartnershipWangari Maathai
Protection of mother earthEarly Childhood Education ProgramUniversidad Central de Chile
We are in the process of designing lines of action and proposals for working with children, staff, family and communities, so they can adopt attitudes and actions in favour of the environment, that promote equality among people, independent of their diversity, and that are based on the wisdom of the American indigenous peoples.
ERS-SDECThe scale have been piloted in 10 countries (China, Turkey, Portugal, Korea, Sweden, USA, Norway, UK, Chile, Kenya)Will soon be published by Springer!
The next step forward our suggestionsOMEP/UNESCO World Project 2014-16UNESCO Global Action Programme (GAP)Developing video exemplars of good practiceProduction of an ECERS-ESD Manual and DVDProduction of Resource Pack for initial and inservice teacher educationProject Workshops: South Korea (Jan 2015), Washington (July 2015), TBC (July 2016)
OMEP in the Collective Consultation of NGOs on Education for AllCoordination Group 2014-2016- my intention will be to promote attention to early childhood education as the childs first step to education for sustainability!