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  • Fostering Global Citizenship Youth Programme 1 To provide learning opportunities to support Global Citizenship Education Service Partner:
  • • GCE (Global Citizenship Education ) • One of the three priorities of the United Nations Secretary- General Ban Ki Moon’s Education First Initiative (GEFI) launched in 2012 • A strategic objectives within UNESCO’s Education Programme GCE background 2
  • GCE aims • To empower learners in engaging active roles both locally and internationally to face and resolve global challenges • To build a sense of global community and common humanity in the world • To become proactive contributors to a more just, peaceful, tolerant, inclusive, secure and sustainable world 3
  • Why GCE? • Increasing global interdependence and interconnectedness of people and places • Collective effort and wisdom at international and local level to embrace global challenges • Increasing emphasis on values, attitudes and communication skills in education for a globalized world 4
  • Global Citizenship Education • Knowledge : able to recognize global challenges, issues and trends e.g. Sustainable seafood (Environmental), Polio (Disease prevention & child health), Anti-poverty (Economic & community development), Water issues • Values e.g. peace, caring, non-discrimination, tolerance, duty & right • Skills - Key skills e.g. communication, critical thinking, problem-solving and decision- making, creativity, coping with complexity and uncertainty - Soft skills e.g. empathy, listening skills, relationship building and networking 5
  • Global Citizenship Education Barriers  Little advocacy  Lack of understanding of GCE’s objectives  Lack of social recognition  Inadequate learning support Initiatives:  Education Reform  Globalization as an area of study in HK’s tertiary and secondary education  Social inclusion projects such as Peace for All Youth Programme 6
  • 2013-2014 Peace for All Youth Programme Celebration of UN International Day of Peace 21. 09. 2013 Sponsor 贊助機構 民政事務局 Home Affairs Bureau Venue Sponsor 場地贊助Service Partner 服務伙伴 7
  • 2013-2014 Peace for All Youth Programme Peace and intercultural dialogue encouraged A cultural discovery platform for youth in the context of PEACE Community (over 5000 participants) brought together to work on peace including Macao and Mainland China Young people engaged in peace related activities : workshops, performances, country booths, and experiential learning activities 8
  • Schools, clubs and associations in Hong Kong hosted peace related activities to promote the culture of peace. Celebration of United Nations International Day of Peace 齊頌聯合國國際和平日 (2013.9.21) 9
  • United Nations International Day of Peace 齊頌聯合國國際和平日 (2013.9.21) 10
  • Dr. Darwin Chen SBS Vice President (Culture) UNESCO Hong Kong Association & Chairman of Organising Committee of Peace for All Youth Programme Mr. Eugene Fong District Governor (2013-2014 ) Rotary International District 3450 Guest of Honour Mr. Lan Hongsheng Vice President Chinese National Federation of UNESCO Clubs and Association Celebration of UN International Day of Peace More than 40 consulates, religious leaders and government officials attended the Celebration on 21 Sep 2013. 11
  • Officiating guests Government officials Consulates Spiritual Leaders Celebration of UN International Day of Peace At St. John’s Cathedral ground 2013.9.21 12
  • Peace Seminar In what ways can media help shape peace in the world? Panelist Mr. Andy HO JP Moderator Mr. Andrew Wang-fat WONG OBE JP Panelist Mr. Cheuk Fei MAN Panelist Mr. Voranai VANIJAKA UN International Day of Peace 2013.9.21 13
  • Mr. Po Nang LEE Taoist Tai Chi Master Singing, Guitar and Piano Performance by Students from City University of Hong Kong Music Society Band Name: Standla Annabelle Ka Yue CHAN, Woody Ka Fai MA, Twinkle Mei Kwan and Benny Tsz Chun YEUNG Flute Duet by Students from Department of Cultural and Creative Arts, The Hong Kong Institute of Education Suki Ting CHUEK and Queenie Kwan Ting SO UN International Day of Peace 2013.9.21 Cultural performance Miss Duang-ramon Paaptanti Event Curator 14
  • Peacemakers’ ConFest coorganized with HKU (Feb-Mar 2014) 15
  • Peacemakers’ Celebration 12 April 2014, Hong Kong Science Park 16
  • Country Booths, Workshops, Cultural Discovery Activities & Exhibition Peacemakers’ Celebration 12 April 2014 17
  • Let’s recap… • Peace for All Youth Programme 2013-2014  1 min footage  4 min footage 18
  • Goal ‘LIGHT UP ROTARY’ in our community through Peace actions : HK, Macao, Mongolia and PRC Guangdong Province Rotary year 2014-15 District Peace Committee 19
  • Peace Actions Aspects of Peace • Individual peace • Cultural peace • Peace with the environment • Social harmony • Political peace 20
  • UN International Day of Peace • Sunday 21 Sept 2014 • Community-wide celebration - Hosting UN Peace Day event for community leaders, officials and our Rotary families - Community and school-based peace actions - ‘Moments of Peace’ photo competition 21
  • Peacemakers’ Celebration Saturday 18 April 2015 • A platform for schools and NGO to engage in Peace related activities at the Hong Kong Science Park. Theme: Fostering Global Citizens • To encourage Clubs and District committees to participate and showcase their peace related projects, including UNEP Eco Challenge programme by the Preserve Planet Earth Committee • Country booth programme & Finale for the Day 22
  • Country Booth Programme • Participating schools/teams work with representatives of their assigned countries (Example Consulates General, Chambers of Commerce, cultural associations, student ambassadors.) • With the support of the respective country representatives and facilitation of teachers/mentors, students work in groups to identify project learning areas on ‘fostering global citizenship: culture and peace’ • Set up their country booths and present an aspect of their projects in an engaging, interactive and entertaining way for their peers and visitors 23
  • District Peace Project • PEACE, an area of focus since the early day of Rotary . • Be a Rotary Peacemaker and promote the culture of peace to our young people and the general public to reach out to over 10,000 people in our District • Support this Rotary Peace Movement: ‘Light up Rotary & let our light shine in our communities’. • Leverage this platform together with you Club service partners, your adopted schools, sponsored Interact and Rotaract Clubs to make the impact. • Be part of this peace effort to nurture this annual project to become an Icon for D3450 and UNESCO HK, Rotary’s alliance. 24
  • Project Funding • Supported by the Commission on Youth’s Large-scale Youth Programme Funding Scheme on a matching basis • Make a contribution to secure the funding! 25
  • Be part of Rotary’s Peace Effort! PEACE matters! 26