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Eracism Project - a global debate

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Eracism Project - a global debate

Time: October 1, 2012 to December 3, 2012
Location: Global
Website or Map: http://www.eracismproject.org…
Event Type: global, project, (asynchronous, debate)
Organized By: Julie Lindsay, Director Flat Classroom Projects
Latest Activity: Nov 27, 2012

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Flat Classroom® is launching another Eracism Project very soon and need your help to get the word out! Please tweet and inform your personal networks and share the news asap!


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Topic: "Global management of natural resources will cause conflict between cultures" 

This global project is an excellent opportunity to join a global debate, and also a chance to interact with other schools and form a global community and become internationally and globally minded citizens!


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