Cultural Democracy is a process dynamic which works to create awareness and responsibility with people in the free world.
Considering the challenges of globalization, this edition of Global Education Magazine intends to reflect on the supranational level actions that promote political unity and equal rights, respecting all diversity and minorities.
Karibu! The word democracy comes from Greek “demos”, it means people and those who hold sovereign power. Thus, democracy is closely interrelated to metacognition of feelings and fundamental principles of others. For this reason, current global educational policies must support the civic imperative to educate in neurobiology of love and solidarity: through an isomorphic ontology which recognizes the 60,000 daily deaths due to hunger and homelessness as our own ndugu (“brothers” in Swahili).
Moreover, we must discern that dignity and freedom of human being also belong to cosmic and planetary order, because we are made of stellar material! The emergence of human being on Earth is just one stage of the universe. We are eco-dependent beings with a double identity: one´s own identity that distinguishes us from others and another one which is interdependent to environment. An environment constituted by all beings that feed upon it, which can only build their existence, autonomy, creativity and individual wealth in ecological relationship with the environment. That is, individual-social development and environmental-planetary evolution are mutually dependent, because the permanent metamorphosis of nature is an autopoietic totality in continuous transformation.
Therefore, a historical turning point would entail the recognition of a real education that teaches to contextualize, summarize and globalize through Sattwa osmotic communication. The Homeland-Earth harmonization requires knowledge evolution towards new transhumanists and transnational dialectics concepts in order to prevent future conflicts. In this sense, Internet’s recognition encouraged by International Law is an immediate priority to evoke an opening tolerance of diversity and transcultural democracy. Internet is, in essence, a parallel space-time which feeds on the concept of transnational, transcultural, transpolitical, transreligious and transhumanist connectivism.
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Global Education Magazine is destined to raise awareness, to develop critical thinking, and encourage the active participation of students in achieving global citizenship, solidarity, and committed to poverty eradication and sustainable human development.
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We have the followings publications in the current journal:
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Dante Augusto Galeffi
1st) Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations Section:
Democracy, Sustainability and the Post-2015 Development Agenda. Ashish Kothari.
Democracy and Democratic Transition: Lessons from Egypt and Tunisia. Matthew J. Gordner
Tilting the Playing Field: The Modular Appeal of Competitive Authoritarianism. Charles Larratt-Smith
2nd) Global Education Section:
Face to Face: Global Understanding Through Personal and Virtual Contact. Judith Beth Cohen
Environmental Services in Environmental Education. Valdir Lamim-Guedes
The Creative Communication. Dorina Marin
3rd) Transversal Studies Section:
The Use of Plant Characterisation Modelling Studies to Substantiate National Conservation and Sustainability Policies James Furze, Quanmin Zhu and Jennifer Hill.
La Cooperación al Desarrollo a través del turismo en países subdesarrollados. Francisco Orgaz Agüera.
What Hides Behind the Listener: Harmonic Contribution to Timbre. Pedro Javier Gómez Jaime y Victor Mancir da Silva Santana
Arqueologia de um futuro não premeditado. Kleber Lopes de Oliveira
In addition, we also have other interesting letters with useful information:
Education All Children for Nonkilling. Francisco Gomez de Matos
International Day of Democracy: The Contribution of the Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies Network. Linda Hartling, Evelin Linder, Michael Britton and Ulrich Spalthoff.
GreenEarthCitizen (GEC). Fen Wang
Schools in Emergency: Learning From Past Mistakes. Donna Goodman
Global Learning Academy: Wish List. Rubina Ali
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