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Global Citizenship Education Otherwise

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In 1998, after 8 years as a K-12 teacher in Brazil, I left the classroom to become a project coordinator at a British Council office in the State of Parana. My first job was to coordinate a program aiming to connect Brazilian and British State-funded schools for partnerships involving mutual visits (of teachers) around projects that should be 1) sustainable in the long term; 2) of mutual learning; and 3) focused on global citizenship.

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Andreotti, V.D.O. (2015). Global Citizenship Education Otherwise. In: Abdi, A.A., Shultz, L., Pillay, T. (eds) Decolonizing Global Citizenship Education. SensePublishers, Rotterdam. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6300-277-6_18

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