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Learning to Live Together Sustainably: Addressing the Challenge of UN Sustainable Development Goal Target 4.7
Place of publication | Year of publication | Collation: 
[Doha] | 2019 | 23 p.
Author: 
Margaret Sinclair; Jean Bernard
Corporate author: 
Protect Education in Conflict and Insecurity (PEIC); Spectacle Learning Media
Region: 
Africa
© Margaret Sinclair, Jean Bernard 2019

The practical advice and guidelines in this book help support learning to live together, conflict transformation and peace at the individual, group and community levels. The framework for developing widely accessible, high quality learning materials supports the UN Sustainable Development Goals and is relevant to formal and non-formal education activities and projects. This document also raises important issues about the professional responsibilities of policy-makers at global and national level, who determine what content is addressed in the classroom. In particular, it addresses the need for education materials that support cross-cutting issues such as learning to live together, global citizenship education, and education for sustainable development.

 

Resource Type: 
Policy and strategy materials
Theme: 
Civic / Citizenship / Democracy
Human rights / Human dignity
Peace / Culture of peace
Inclusive / Diversity
Sustainable development / Sustainability / Environmental
Others
Level of education: 
Primary education

Keyword

Social and emotional learning; Global citizenship education; Learning to Live Together; LTLT; SEL; GCED; SDG4; Uganda