Youths are arising from across the world to address global pressing issues such as inaccessible education, unemployment, girls and women oppression, minorities’ rights, mental health conditions, climate change and economic development, to mention but a few.
There are voices of changes emerging from developing and developed countries across the globe, but, the demand for positive interventions cannot be properly achieved without the knowledge of global citizenship education and its impact in achieving the sustainable development goals (SDGs).
What is Global Citizenship Education?
Who is a Global Citizen?
What are the qualifications, if any, to becoming a global citizen?
Last weekend, ICON’s founder–Kate Ekanem, was at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania, USA, to present a research poster presentation on the relationship between a global citizen and global citizenship education.