May 16. International Day of Living Together in Peace

May 16. International Day of Living Together in Peace The General Assembly of the United Nations in the session held on December 5, 2017 declared May 16 as International Day of Living Together in Peace, understanding that it constitutes a permanent commitment to promote and promote the culture of peace and non-violence in all spheres and tasks in order to benefit humanity, especially children and future generations. The culture of peace and non-violence allows us to prevent and at the same time eliminate all forms of discrimination and intolerance that implies denoting any distinction, exclusion, restriction or preference based on…
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“XII International Conference on Art Education 2.0 (2020): Art and Participation” coordinated by Ángeles Saura

"XII International Conference on Art Education 2.0 (2020): Art and Participation" coordinated by Ángeles Saura Ángeles Saura, responsible for the Diffusion and Dissemination Area of the Chair, coordinates the XII International Conference on Art Education in 2.0 key (2020). Art and Participation (#JornadaMESOB), in collaboration with Grupo GICE, InSEA, DEMOSPAZ and UNESCO Chair on Education for Social Justice.These E@ Conferences are organized annually since 2009 from the Autonomous University of Madrid and form a web space for the sharing of experiences and research work presented in videoconference format. It is an event open to international participation and since its inception there have been face-to-face…
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The campaign “Sumamos y Proponemos. Que lo esencial deje de ser invisible” of CEIPAZ, DEMOSPAZ, WILPF Spain and UNESCO Chair on Education for Social Justice begins

The campaign "Sumamos y Proponemos. Que lo esencial deje de ser invisible" of CEIPAZ, DEMOSPAZ, WILPF Spain and UNESCO Chair on Education for Social Justice begins The Chair has had the opportunity to join the campaign "Sumamos & Proponemos. Que lo esencial deje de ser invisible [We Add & Propose. Let the essential cease to be invisible]" together with the Center for Education and Research for Peace (CEIPAZ), Institute of Human Rights, Democracy, Culture of Peace and No Violence (DEMOSPAZ) and the International League of Women for Peace and Freedom Spain (WILPF).The challenges derived from the COVID-19 crisis go beyond…
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Upcoming monographic topics of the Red Iberoamericana de Investigación Cambio y Eficacia Escolar’s (RINACE) journals

Upcoming monographic topics of the Red Iberoamericana de Investigación Cambio y Eficacia Escolar's (RINACE) journals Red Iberoamericana de Investigación Cambio y Eficacia Escolar (RINACE) has four journals currently with the following Call for Papers open: REICE. Revista Iberoamericana sobre Calidad, Eficacia y Cambio en Educación                       (Scopus, ESCI, Sello de Calidad de FECYT)Vol 18(4), octubre 2020: “Segregación escolar”, coordinado por F. Javier Murillo y Cynthia Martínez-Garrido (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)Vol 19(2), abril 2021: “La autonomía pedagógica, ¿clave para la calidad de la educación? Estudios y experiencias en Iberoamérica”, coordinado por Mª…
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First articles published in the special issue on “Consequences of the School Clousings for Covid-19 on Educational Inequalities” of the International Journal of Education for Social Justice

First articles published in the special issue on "Consequences of the School Clousings for Covid-19 on Educational Inequalities" of the International Journal of Education for Social Justice After the sudden school closing nationwide as a containment measure for Covid-19, the International Journal of Education for Social Justice decided to open an extraordinary call that would include articles about the consequences of said measure on educational inequalities. Under this pretext, the following articles are already available: Research papers Resistir la Covid-19. Intersecciones en la Educación de la Ciudad de Juárez, MéxicoEvangelina Cervantes Holguín y Pavel Roel Gutiérrez Sandoval   PDF Opinion…
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May 1. International Workers’ Day 2020. A day to recognize and claim those fundamental and essential sectors made invisible in a context of crisis

May 1. International Workers' Day 2020. A day to recognize and claim those fundamental and essential sectors made invisible in a context of crisis Understanding the scenario under which historically significant changes are born, forces us to stop for a second the march and observe that what seems to us evident and indisputable today - 8-hour workday, prohibition of child labor, annual paid vacations - in another era was considered utopian, exaggerated or inappropriate. The commemoration of International Workers' Day constitutes one of those necessary instances of reflection that year after year shifts its gaze to what it was and…
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AIDEA publishes a pedagogical resource on “Prevention of accidents in the aquatic environment” by Ismael Sanz and Jessica Pino

AIDEA publishes a pedagogical resource on "Prevention of accidents in the aquatic environment" by Ismael Sanz and Jessica Pino Ismael Sanz, member of the research and teaching team of the Chair, and Jessica Pino present a resource aimed at "Prevention of accidents in the aquatic environment" in order to offer a series of recommendations to reduce the number of accidents that occur in aquatic spaces leisure (beaches and pools). Each and every one of the included recommendations are evidence-based by specialized literature and are accessible as they can be effectively learned and applied by the general public in these spaces.The…
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El Foro de Sevilla opens a discussion forum on its website on “Manifesto for another education in times of crisis: 25 proposals”

El Foro de Sevilla opens a discussion forum on its website on "Manifesto for another education in times of crisis: 25 proposals" In moments of great uncertainty and concern about the health crisis, El Foro de Sevilla calls for reflection and discussion for an education that contributes to the defense and promotion of Human and Children's Rights in the face of the possible temptation of an increase in social control and authoritarianism over citizenship after the period of confinement in Spain.The implications of the health crisis in the Spanish educational system has exposed and widened numerous gaps already existing among…
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The “Dictionary of Contemporary Spanish Thinkers S XIX and XX” by Marta Nogueroles and Juana Sánchez is now available

The "Dictionary of Contemporary Female Spanish Thinkers XIX and XX centuries", book coordinated by Marta Nogueroles and Juana Sánchez-Gey, is now available Marta Nogueroles, member of the research and teaching team of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice of the Autonomous University of Madrid, and Juana Sánchez-Gey have coordinated the "Dictionary of Contemporary Female Spanish Thinkers XIX and XX centuries", a work that has the prologue of the renowned philosopher Adela Cortina.In an attempt to respond to the growing interest aroused by feminist movements, this work tries to shed some light on the work of those Spanish female…
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Book Day 2020. An opportunity to promote an education in values and the development of critical thinking in our environments

Book Day 2020. An opportunity to promote an education in values and the development of critical thinking in our environments The Book Day is celebrated on the 23 of April, which is a worldwide commemoration with the aim, among others, of promoting reading. Coinciding with the health emergency situation and respective measures to contain the spread of the COVID19 virus, such as confinement and almost complete closure of economic activity, the book sector is suffering profoundly from the consequences. On the contrary, ebooks sales have soared due to the impossibility of acquiring paper titles and the VAT reduction approved by…
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International Mother Earth Day 2020. A day to raise awareness and act against the climate emergency and degradation of biodiversity

International Mother Earth Day 2020. A day to raise awareness and act against the climate emergency and degradation of biodiversity April 22 is Earth Day and to date our ecosystem has suffered massive forest fires, the highest records of high temperatures, the worst locust plague in the Horn of Africa, and the spread of COVID19, a global health pandemic.The negative impact on ecosystems generated by actions such as climate change and environmental degradation due to the emission of greenhouse gases, deforestation, massive and intensive agricultural and livestock production, as well as the growing illegal trade of wildlife, increase the probabilities…
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