Education for Development

With our Education for Development strategy, FISC aims to create a community of global citizens committed to fighting poverty and social exclusion and promoting sustainable human development by implementing educational processes that equip them with knowledge and encourage them to acquire attitudes and values that enable them to contribute to a culture of solidarity.
We hope to help build a society that is fully committed to eradicating poverty and achieving sustainable human development, and achieving such a goal requires an educational and social process that gives people knowledge and training and encourages them to engage in global issues. This approach is referred to as Education for Development and Global Citizenship or Global Citizenship Education, and is defined as an approach to education for development that encourages the emergence of A COSMOPOLITAN, GLOBAL IDENTITY (the sixth generation of education for development). The aim of global citizenship education is to empower people to be aware of global issues, to understand and analyse them, to understand how economy, politics, culture and society interact, to develop skills for critical, innovative and ethical thinking, and finally to take action to promote a better world, both at a local and a global level.

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