UNESCO publishes the Global Education Monitoring Report 2020

UNESCO publishes the Global Education Monitoring Report 2020 Every year, UNESCO publishes the Global Education Monitoring Report 2020 (GEM Report), in fulfillment of its mandate to monitor progress in achieving educational goals within the framework of the Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals approved by the United Nations in 2015. The latest GEM Report published on June 23 assesses progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 4 of ensuring “inclusive, equitable and quality education and promoting lifelong learning for all” by 2030, identifying the different problems that countries face in providing inclusive education, and analyzing the social, economic, and cultural mechanisms that exclude…
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The research, development and innovation Project entitled “Aprendizaje-Servicio universitario en actividad física y deporte. Oportunidad para la inclusión social” led by Mª Luisa Santos, coordinator of the Department of Innovation and Development of the Chair, and Enrique Rivera of the University of Granada is granted

The research, development and innovation Project entitled "Aprendizaje-Servicio universitario en actividad física y deporte. Oportunidad para la inclusión social” led by Mª Luisa Santos, coordinator of the Department of Innovation and Development of the Chair, and Enrique Rivera of the University of Granada is granted Recently, the resolution of the 2019 «R+D+i Projects» of the State Programs of Knowledge Generation and Scientific and Technological Strengthening of the System has been published in which the concession of the project entitled “Aprendizaje-Servicio universitario en actividad física y deporte. Oportunidad para la inclusión social” (Ref .: PID2019-105916RB-I00).The project has as Principal Investigators Mª…
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The International Journal of Education for Social Justice is ranked 21st of the best education magazines in the REDIB ranking

The International Journal of Education for Social Justice is ranked 21st of the best education journals in the REDIB ranking The latest ranking of REDIB has been published and the International Journal of Education for Social Justice is in the twenty-first place in Ibero-American education journals. In addition, it is ranked 108th in the global ranking.The Iberoamerican Network for Innovation and Scientific Knowledge (REDIB) is the result of the collaboration between the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) and UNIVERSIA, and has a database that includes around 3,000 open access scientific journals. With this, REDIB offers a tool that allows…
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35 artigos de opinião e 4 artigos de pesquisa sobre “o Covid-19 e a lacuna educacional” estão disponíveis no Revista Educação para Justiça Social

International Journal of Education for Social Justice, Consequences of School Closure due to Covid-19 on Educational Inequalities Due to the Covid-19, a large number of schools around the world have closed, affecting more than a billion children and young people around the world. And with this, many of the educational and social inequalities have become more visible now than ever.Given the implications of these unprecedented events, we considered offering a space to reflect on the consequences of the closure of schools by the Covid-19 on educational inequalities at the beginning of the pandemic. Thus, we opened an extraordinary issue of…
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65 anniversary of women’s suffrage in Mexico

65 anniversary of women's suffrage in Mexico 65 years ago, Mexican women went to the polls for the first time to participate in the federal elections. As early as 1887, the Mexican feminist newspaper Las Violetas del Anáhuac claimed social and civil equality between men and women, and with it the right to vote. However, it was a few years later when different revolutionary organizations that advocated the political participation of women, such as Las Hijas de Cuauhtén arose. These organizations spread the idea of ​​female suffrage among the population. The women, who had been relegated to housework, strongly demanded…
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Resources to work on sexual and gender diversity

Resources to work on sexual and gender diversity The school is not only a space to learn from the different subjects and to acquire new knowledge and skills. At school, the youth develops comprehensively, which also includes personal and emotional development. In this process, the educational community has the responsibility to address issues such as sexual and gender diversity.Sexuality has traditionally been a taboo topic. However, it is something intrinsic to the human being. As educators, we need to support our students in the process of identifying their desires, managing their emotions, freely living their sexual orientation, knowing their rights…
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International LGBT+ Pride Day

International LGBT+ Pride Day On June 28, the International LGBT + Pride Day is celebrated. During the Pride, different marches and collective events are organized to make the fight for equality and dignity of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people visible. This day commemorates the riots that occurred in 1969 in Stonewall, in the Greenwich Village neighborhood, New York.Known as the Stonewall Revolt, it was the start of a series of spontaneous protests. This day was marked as one of the first times in the history of that country in which the community of non-normative people fought against the oppressive…
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“Que lo esencial deje de ser invisible” Sumamos y Proponemos campaign book is published

“Que lo esencial deje de ser invisible” Sumamos y Proponemos campaign book is published The campaign “Que lo esencial deje de ser invisible”: Sumamos y Proponemos” has been a commitment to dialogue and solidarity, as an alternative to polarization and hate speech that prevent us from building alternatives to tackle this pandemic.To compile everything that this campaign has taught to us, and to make the essential visible, we have created an online publication that includes their Manifesto, and more than 40 articles and designs made during the campaign. In addition, readers can find the participation of Federico Mayor Zaragoza who…
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Chair Researchers publish a new article on Democracy and Social Justice

Chair researchers publish a new article on democracy and social justice Social justice is an imperative element for democracy, not only in society, but also in schools. Social justice understood as Fraser (2000, 2008, 2012), that is, in terms of redistribution, recognition and representation/participation, involves approaching a more just and egalitarian society. A society of free citizens, capable of approaching their reality critically and ultimately, capable of transforming that reality.However, educational professionals may find it complex to address democracy and social justice in their centers and classrooms. For this reason, we collect some of the contributions from the last article…
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Refugee World Day

20 de junio. Día Mundial de las personas refugiadas World Refugee Day is on June 20. This date coincides with the Convention relating to the Status of Refugees of 1951 signed by 145 countries all around the world and helps to commemorate the strength, courage, and perseverance of millions of people obliged to flee from their homes.The right of asylum is not only a humanitarian issue, but a fundamental right included in the Declaration of Human Rights. Every human being has the right to look for protection out of their countries when obliged to flee conflict or persecution because of…
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June 12. World Day Against Child Labour

June 12. World Day Against Child Labour In 2002, the International Labour Organization (ILO) proclaims the 12 of June the World Day Against Child Labour. This day is established to raise social awareness and denounce child exploitation which obliges the youngest ones to work, denying them their right to receive an education, health, and a fulfilling life which allows their development and overall wellbeing.This year, the central topic has been the dangerous impact of Covid-19 in child labour. The social, economic and sanitary crises have left a trace on people’s lives, baing children the most vulnerable and damaged ones. The…
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