This site offers free access to a number of educational resources on global issues.
The Global Dimension Website is managed by DEA, a UK education charity that promotes global learning. As well as the site editor, there are a number of editorial and curriculum advisors, bringing a wide range of experience in teaching and supporting the global dimension in schools(…..)
This website is a guide to books, films, posters and web resources which support global, intercultural and environmental understanding for all age groups and subjects.
From climate change to poverty, water to fair trade, you can find a huge range of teaching resources and background material(…..)
You can browse through the teaching resources database from any page of the site by choosing the curriculum subject, type of background material or topic .
(From Global Dimension )
Link: Global Dimension Website
An excellent Web Directory to use as a search tool, “Google ‘s directory is a copy of the Open Directory, and it spiders Open Directory frequently. It gives sites listed on the Open Directory special popularity relevance in it’s search results.”(The Open Directory Project Analysis-SEO Logics)
The Open Directory Project (ODP), also known as dmoz (from directory.mozilla.org, its original domain name), is a multilingual open content directory of World Wide Web links owned by Netscape that is constructed and maintained by a community of volunteer editors. (wikipedia)
From dmoz website:
The Open Directory Project is the largest, most comprehensive human-edited directory of the Web. It is constructed and maintained by a vast, global community of volunteer editors.
The ODP powers core directory services for some the most popular portals and search engines on the Web, including AOL Search, Netscape Search, Google, Lycos, and HotBot, and hundreds of others.
The ODP is 100% free. There is no cost to submit a site or to use our data. Anyone can download and use ODP data at no cost provided they comply with the ODP’s free license agreement and attribution. Also, there is no cost associated with listing and submitting sites.
Title:Teacher supply, recruitment and retention in six Anglophone sub-Saharan African countries
Authors: D. Sinyolo
Publisher: Global Campaign for Education , 2007
This document reports on a survey conducted by Education International, which investigated teacher supply, teacher attrition, teacher remuneration and motivation, teacher absenteeism and union involvement in policy development in six Anglophone African countries. The survey was undertaken in The Gambia, Kenya, Lesotho, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.
This website offers access to a variety of resources, including a very useful documentary library with reports and documents on topics related with education, child protection and living conditions of disadvantage children (For instances see the 2008 report Last in Line, Last in School)
The Child protection project in Europe website is a product of the Regional Child Protection Project, located in Budapest, Hungary.
This project is implemented by Terre des hommes – Child Relief, based in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Terre des hommes – Child Relief launched in mid 2005 the Regional Child Protection Project (RCPP) for South Eastern Europe. At the end of the pilot phase, in January 2007, Tdh decided to concentrate the efforts of the RCPP to contribute to the common goal: children in migration are better protected against exploitation.
The Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) as recently publish a report analyzing the impact of the bologna process ‘for the future of the UK as a destination for international students’. “The Bologna process and the UK’s international student market” indicates that ‘UK has been an active and influential participant in
European higher education reform’. A recent article at the Guardian, “UK universities at risk of losing foreign students“, offers an overview of the report an points out that the paper warns that UK could lose out lucrative international students as a result of the Bologna process. In short, “the Bologna process means that other European countries are providing the bachelors then masters degree structure that was unique to the UK” thus, this is resulting in an increasingly competitive market in a context that erodes some of the competitive advantages that UK universities had.
Report: “The Bologna process and the UK’s international student market” (HEPI), May 2008
Article: Lipsett, Anthea (May 22, 2008). “UK universities at risk of losing foreign students” The Guardian.