Introduction to Global Citizenship Education

Posted on 18 Jun 2024

Empower Yourself: Become an Active Global Citizen (3-Day Training Course!)


Are you aged 18-30 and interested in making a positive impact on the world? This engaging 3-day training course will equip you with the knowledge and skills to become an active global citizen. Young migrants are especially encouraged to attend!

Dates: July 2nd, 4th & 12th

Time: 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM each day

Location: Development Perspectives Training Room (Drogheda)


Become a Changemaker:

- This unique training course utilizes non-formal transformative education practices, fostering a dynamic learning environment.

- Uncover the core principles of Global Citizenship Education (GCE) and the Four Pillars.

- Explore the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their local and global significance.

- Gain a deeper understanding of Human Rights enshrined in international law.

- Learn about the European Convention on Human Rights and its provisions.

- Develop the skills to advocate for a more just and equitable world.

Focus on Migration:

This workshop goes beyond the basics of GCE, offering an exclusive focus on migration issues.

Increase your understanding of different migrant categories.

Distinguish xenophobia from racism in the context of migration.

Learn how to apply human rights law in real-world situations.

About the Course:

This training is co-organized and facilitated by Meath Partnership and Development Perspectives. It's part of the Integrate project, a two-year EU initiative funded by Erasmus+ that empowers migrants through Global Citizenship Education. This project aims to foster stronger communities by providing humanitarian support – using GCE principles – to help migrants thrive in their new homes.

Upon completing the workshop, participants will receive a certificate.

Join our vibrant learning community and take the first step towards becoming a powerful force for positive change! Limited spots available! Register today!



For more information, contact:

Alice Robinson (Development Perspectives) -

Paul Crewe (Development Perspectives) -

Fiona Duignan (Meath Partnership) -