Global Citizenship Planner | Autumn

Project Trust’s Global Citizenship updates are designed to provide our volunteers with ideas and resources to run lessons and workshops whilst overseas. During Training in July we were inspired to hear all the ideas our volunteers had on how they can mark Global Citizenship Days, and we can’t wait to see the end results.

Recent and upcoming days which you may be interested in marking include:

International Day of Charity
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International Literacy Day
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International Day of Democracy
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International Day of Peace
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International Day of Older Persons
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World Teachers Day
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World Food Day
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National Blog Posting Month
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Remembrance Day
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International Education Week
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Universal Children
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Saint Andrew
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World AIDS Day
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International Day of People with Disability
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International Volunteers Day
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Human Rights Day
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The minimum requirement for the Overseas Unit is to mark one day, explaining why you chose that day to focus on and what you did to celebrate it (pg 12-13 in your Overseas Placement Booklet). However we encourage you to fully engage with Global Citizenship Education by marking as many days as possible.

Here are some examples from previous years’ Volunteers:

Don’t worry if you are not able to mark the international day on its exact date, it’s not a global issue for just one day of the year!

Looking for inspiration?

Watch the videos to discover how some of our recently Returned Volunteers celebrated International Days while overseas…

International Day of Peace

Rosie Hazeldine | Nepal 2014/15

World AIDS Day

Joe Wright | Swaziland 2014/15

International Women’s Day

Zara Elmi | Senegal 2014/15

World Earth Day

Meenakshi Parmar | Cambodia 2014/15

World Religion Day

Matt | India 2014/15

And Finally…

Most importantly, don’t forget to write to us and tell us all about your Global Citizenship sessions. We want to celebrate your success on our blog, website and here in the office. We also want to offer support and advice in any way we can – so do get in touch.

Ideally, we’d like you to post about your session on Project Trust’s Facebook page. And remember, please take photos too! Here’s the type of thing we’re looking for:

Latest Global Citizenship Stories from the Blog

If you would like to share your Global Citizenship stories on our website, please email the Education Development Officer.

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