Making societies more inclusive and fostering peace cultures is more important than ever in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). Many countries in this region face enormous challenges, such as social inequalities, widespread violence, and a lack of opportunities, especially for the youth. Promoting global citizenship education is key to tackling these challenges. To … [Read more...] about Advancing Global Citizenship Education in Latin America and the Caribbean
Maggie Yang is the Programme Specialist of the Office of External Relations and Information at the Asia-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding (APCEIU). She is experienced in strengthening the partnerships between various stakeholders, currently focusing on enhancing collaboration between UNESCO Member States, education actors, and related stakeholders to advance the implementation of global citizenship education (GCED) through APCEIU’s Global and Regional GCED Network Project. Maggie previously worked as a consultant for an e-Government development project between the Government of the Republic of Korea and the Republic of Indonesia. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Politics and International Studies from Monash University Australia and a Master’s Degree in International Development and Cooperation from Korea University.