Professor John Siraj-Blatchford on Education for Sustainable Citizenship

In this interview, John explains sustainable citizenship, global citizenship, the UN Sustainable Development Goals and what practitioners and educators can do in their settings to achieve these Goals.
· January 25, 2019

Professor John Siraj-Blatchford is an Honorary Professor at the University of Plymouth, and works as an independent educational researcher, trainer and consultant. He was previously employed at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education and served as an Associate Director of the ESRC Teaching and Learning Research Programme.

In this interview, John explains sustainable citizenship, global citizenship, the UN Sustainable Development Goals and what practitioners and educators can do in their settings to achieve these Goals.

John was recently commissioned by UNESCO to provide an ECCE review of the UNESCO Decade for Education for Sustainable Development and he chaired the ECCE for Sustainable Development workshop at the 2014 UNESCO ‘End of Decade’ Conference in Nagoya, Japan.

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