Welcome to Towards Global Citizenship No. 5. It is our way of saying that “We the peoples of the United Nations” have been making ourselves felt as global citizens and persons who engage with the global dimension of our reality in addition to the more concrete and local aspect.
In this edition we have contributions from Australia, Ghana, India, Kenya, Mauritius, Peru and the NGO Office, New York. They address the Mary Ward Schools Compass, the underlying ethics, principles and spirituality of global citizenship, aspects of policy aligned, ongoing learning, the interrelation between global citizenship and the Sustainable Development Goals and other very interesting initiatives which aimed at educating global citizens.
Thanks to all who have contributed to this edition. And, to our readers, enjoy the content let it help us as we forge our pathway as global citizens.