21 June: A Day of Balance and Harmony.

by Rene Wadlow.               Our earth is a small star in the great universe            Yet of it we can make, if we choose, a planetUnvexed by war, untroubled by hunger or fear,Undivided by senseless distinctions of race,
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Our mothers. The Fundamental Pillar of Society.

Perhaps many expect the typical article that should be titled:   “Congratulations to all the mothers on their day” or   “Mothers celebrate their day.” Something like this to cite some examples. But it is not the goal. An image of “congratulations
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Internationl Day of Happiness.

20 March is the U.N.-designated Internationl Day of Happiness.  Each year since 2013 the Day has a special theme.  2020 is “Happiness Together: focusing on what we have in common rather than what divides us.”    The Association of World Citizens (AWC)
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Creative Education for Global Citizenship.

Education for Global Citizenship should Support Innovative Pedagogies. We live in a world in which all societies are changing quickly.  Teachers must help students to analyze the causes and the consequences of these changes.  Often; the experience of the parents does not
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The Day of Mother Earth: Living in Harmony with Nature.

International Mother Earth Day on 22 April each year was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2009.  Its aim is to promote living in harmony with Nature and to achieve a just balance among the economic, social and environmental needs
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Knowledge and Skills for World Citizenship.

The Association of World Citizens Promotes Knowledge and Skills for World CitizenshipRene Wadlow* The Association of World Citizens stresses that our oneness with humanity and our acceptance of the whole planet as our home involves a process of change both in the
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Teaching the New Globalism

By Professor George Kaloudis. Abstract – This article proposes a framework on how to teach the New Globalism so that students can gain a better understanding of the world beyond the confines of the United States. I began teaching my course on globalization
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