Book DE-OL-2 [*] DEEEP-BOOK-2015-087

Learning for a Global Society. Evaluation and Quality in Global Education

Eddie O'Loughlin ; Liam Wegimont

Global Education Network Europe (GENE)

Abstract: This report contains the proceedings and papers from the GENE London Conference Learning for a Global Society, which brought together key practitioners, academics and policymakers from countries of Europe and further a-field to share perspectives and good practice around issues of evaluation and quality in global and development education. The report gives access to a wide variety of papers and perspectives, from experts and practitioners on issues such as: - The national and international policy contexts for evaluation in global education. - The Millennium Development Goals and evaluation in global education. - Learning contexts for improving global education. - Learning through evaluation. - Global education, public opinion, public awareness and campaigning. - Innovative practices in evaluation in global education. - Southern involvement in evaluation of global education in Europe. In conjuction with the growing resource base on the theory and practice of evaluation in global education, initiated on the North-South Centre website, this report is intended to assist all students, practitioners, theorists and policymakers - in the quest for improved and increased global education.

Keyword(s): Global Education ; Evaluation ; Global Society ; Development Education ; Policy ; Millennium Development Goals ; Learning ; Awareness Raising

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