Welcome to Liverpool World Centre

Liverpool World Centre (LWC) exists to make world issues relevant to the lives of young people.  We do this by working with communities, teachers, educators, schools, charities, businesses and pupils across the region and beyond. Find out more under the ‘About Us’ tab.

DECEMBER NEWS: Our event Sustainable Development Goals event on 13th December was fully booked with a range of local partners old and new. As part of our work in this area LWC is starting a series of posts focused on introducing the UN Sustainable Developement Goals; what they mean, who they impact and how you can get involved.

For more information, our first post ‘Introducing the Sustainable Development Goals’ is now available to view. You can also find lots of useful information and presentations from TEESNet 2017 on the TEESNet website. The 2017 conference focused on ‘Making the Sustainable Development Goals Real

NEW FOR NOVEMBER:  We are pleased to announce the start of our Erasmus+ with 5 European partners.  Partners in 4 countries are looking at how educators engage with extremism.  Take a look at this case study from our partners in Sweden challenging right wing extremism.

brisith valuesBritish Values has been a focus of our work with teachers.  Our associate Alison Clark and staff member Andrea Bullivant, worked with Liverpool Hope University to publish initial findings on research into teaching. We will be preparing a more extensive report in the coming months.

You can read the summary British Values research 2016

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Back in June 2016 Liverpool World Centre worked with Ashley Special School to prepare case studies for the Global Learning Programme. The programme continues until Summer 2018. Contact us to find out how you can get involved, or Click here to read more