Here’s the latest update from Think Global. There’s a section on the UK Prevent strategy, and one on trustee recruitment.

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Of particular interest to NAEE members and associates is the collaboration with the British Council to present a new three-part seminar series on the role of schools to achieve the SDGs. The seminars [ from 6 to 8pm ] will be a chance to hear diverse experts sharing their experiences of how the education system can raise public awareness and encourage people to change their behaviours in ways that promote global sustainability. Here are the dates:

  • 22 March
  • 27 April
  • 15 June

Sadly, but rather inevitably, all are in London. Why? Given that there are three of them, what an opportunity to have one, say, in Birmingham, and another in “the north”, say Leeds / Bradford or Manchester.

We wonder if there is still time for less Capital-centric thinking. Think Global seems to mean Think London.


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