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Global Education Magazine is an educational magazine with international character that seeks to promote ideas and experiences from the work of educational professionals, as well as NGOs, Voluntary Associations, Supranational, National, Regional and Local Institutions and Organizations, that struggle every day to achieve the Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations by 2015 and 2025 (MDGs).

Reflecting on the value and significance of education in the globalized era of the 21st century requires tackling global dynamics (economic, political, cultural, social, educational, etc.) with new forms of cooperation and democratic social organization to respond to the challenge of governance in a cosmopolitan society. Therefore, we consider that the new network societies promoting a better awareness of the problems of a local-global and global-local: the “glocal issues”.

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At 7:21pm on September 3, 2012, Richard Close said…

I have been published in several journals.

We have also done a webinar here on the attached article.... Foo for thought.

You can see our global community seeded by UNESCO at http;//i-am-the-story.ning.com

Thanks for the invite

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