The circuit of International Cooperation nights returns
UNESCO describes Global Citizenship Education (GCED) as a way to develop a sense of belonging to a wider community and common humanity by emphasizing the interdependencies between different countries and populations.
Within the educational module "International Cooperation", the department of Business Economics, Health and Social Care at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI) conducts presentations during two evenings, open to the public and lead by the presence of some important guests.
In the two meetings, the subject of Global Citizenship Education was developed and disputed also in its design dimension thanks to the discussion of good practices in the context of international cooperation.
COOPI Suisse participated together with four other NGOs at the Round Table on December 3rd, 2019, regarding the theme "Education in the South of the world: good practices in the context of international cooperation", led by Fulvio Poletti.