On November 12, the Carlos Muñoz Izquierdo Chair of Educational Research will be held

On November 12, the Carlos Muñoz Izquierdo Chair of Educational Research will be held The event that the Universidad Iberoamericana Mexico City organizes annually is held this year under the title "The role of the school and the pedagogical to transform realities." In this edition of the Carlos Muñoz Izquierdo Chair for Educational Research, F. Javier Murillo, director of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice, will give a presentation on education and social transformation.The objective of the Carlos Muñoz Izquierdo Chair of Educational Research is to promote and support the training of researchers committed to social change and…
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III Meeting of the Teaching and Research Team of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice

III Meeting of the Teaching and Research Team of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice On October 21, the III Meeting of the Teaching and Research Team of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice was held. To the Meeting, which had to be held online through the Teams platform, attended 40 members and collaborators of the Chair who took advantage of the meeting to share their new work projects and review current and future activities.At the meeting it was possible to see how despite the situation derived from Covid-19 that has paralyzed the normal development of…
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October 24th. United Nations Day

October 24th. United Nations Day On October 24, another year was commemorated of the entry into force of the Charter of the United Nations, signed on June 26, 1945 in San Francisco, at the end of the United Nations Conference on International Organization. That date marks the formal creation of the United Nations.75 years after its creation, and in a context of a pandemic that threatens to increase inequality on the planet, it is essential to remember that, in addition to preserving peace, the peoples of the world -51 nations at that time- also agreed reaffirm the rights of all,…
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October 17: International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

October 17: International Day for the Eradication of Poverty This year marks the 27th anniversary of the declaration of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty by the United Nations General Assembly. As UNESCO points out, the eradication of poverty is an imperative from the point of view of human rights, development and peace. In this sense, the eradication of poverty becomes one of the greatest challenges that the international agenda has posed in order to face the globalization of capital, the accumulation of great fortunes in a few people, and an umbalanced economic system as a means to…
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Online conference: “Educational inequalities, what does the Covid-19 crisis leave us?”

Online conference: "Educational inequalities, what does the Covid-19 crisis leave us?" Tomorrow, October 14, the Online Conference will take place: "Educational inequalities, what does the Covid-19 crisis leave us?" organized by the UNESCO Chair of Citizenship, Coexistence and Pluralism of the Public University of Navarra. Our Chair has been highlighting in recent months the effects of Covid-19 that have aggravated existing educational inequalities.On this occasion, F. Javier Murillo, director of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice, will participate in the On-line Conference: "Educational inequalities, what does the Covid-19 crisis leave us?", Organized by the UNESCO Chair of Citizenship,…
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International Day of the Girl Child

October 11: International Day of the Girl Child On October 11, the International Day of the Girl Child is commemorated .This year marks the 25th anniversary of the 1995 Beijing World Conference cataloged as the most important manifestation of the international community for materializing gender equality as a fundamental right that breaks the gaps in parity and patriarchal models worldwide. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkkhkN3Mqms Even with this, it is undeniable that women and girls face great challenges in each of the countries, which is why one of the objectives of the 2030 Agenda is gender equality (SDG 5), which is vital priority to…
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New Project “Iniciativas de la sociedad civil para la consecución de los Objetivos del Desarrollo Sostenible”.

New Project: “Iniciativas de la sociedad civil para la consecución de los Objetivos del Desarrollo Sostenible” On September 24, 2020, the resolution of Grants for Research Projects on Global Citizenship and International Cooperation for Development 2020 of the Madrid City Council was published in the Official Gazette of Madrid City Council (BOAM), and we are pleased to announce that our project entitled "Civil society initiatives to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals" has been granted.  The proposal was presented by the Institute for Human Rights, Democracy, Culture of Peace and Non-Violence (DEMOSPAZ Institute), the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice,…
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Manuela Mesa participates in the new publication coordinated by Rafael Díaz Salazar: Ciudadanía Global. Una visión plural y transformadora de la sociedad y de la escuela

Manuela Mesa participates in the new publication coordinated by Rafael Díaz Salazar: Ciudadanía Global. Una visión plural y transformadora de la sociedad y de la escuela Global citizenship. A plural and transformative vision of society and the school is a publication coordinated by Professor Rafael Díaz Salazar, in which our colleague Manuela Mesa has participated.Overcome violence, understand conflict, and build global citizenship that results in peace. This is how Manuela Mesa's text, "Violent Conflicts, Peacebuilding and Global Citizenship, can be understood".Mesa starts from a heartbreaking diagnosis: She cites the Alert 2019 report, which indicates that there are currently 34 armed…
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The latest issue of REICE dedicated to School Segregation is now available

The latest issue of REICE dedicated to School Segregation is now available The last monograph of REICE. Ibero-American Journal on Quality, Effectiveness and Change in Education is available. The magazine, directed by F. Javier Murillo (also director of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice), focuses on School Segregation and includes articles by some of the leading experts on the subject in Spain, Latin America and Europe.In total, the number has 15 contributions in which 39 researchers from fields as varied as Education, Sociology, and Economics, Anthropology or Psychology make their particular contribution about school segregation in their contexts,…
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The International Journal on Education for Social Justice improves its position in Dialnet Metrics

The International Journal on Education for Social Justice improves its position in Dialnet Métricas For the fourth consecutive year, the International Journal on Education for Social Justice has improved its position in Dialnet Métricas.As indicated in Dialnet, for the calculation of this edition, 32,115 citations from 464 source journals from different fields, including education, have been counted. In addition, citations from international journals have been added to complement the international coverage of Dialnet. On this occasion, the International Journal on Education for Social Justice ranks 69th out of a total of 226 journals, which represents an increase of 8 positions…
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25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action

This September marks the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action This September marks the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action. This resolution adopted by the United Nations (UN) during the Fourth World Conference on Women had (and has) the objective of promoting women's rights, equality, development and peace. The United Nations, in its 75th session of the General Assembly, commemorates the anniversary of the Beijing Declaration with an event entitled "Economic Justice and Rights" that is held online today, September 28. Women have been one of the most affected by the health…
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