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With greater interdependency between countries, children need as broad a view as possible of the world and their place in it.
Encouraging children to think about a global perspective should equip them with an understanding of the opportunities and responsibilities that come with global citizenship.Global education works best when it is incorporated into a whole school, cross-curricular philosophy. Rather than being seen as an addition to the curriculum, it should be viewed as a thread running through it, incorporating eight key concepts:
- Global citizenship
- Conflict resolution
- Human rights
- Social justice
- Sustainable development
- Values and perceptions
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