Latest News from Liverpool World Centre
Andrea recently went to Croatia to take a European Project called Eat Responsibly which was to do with sustainable food consumption and sustainable development goals.
Workshop with Older People
LWC facilitated a workshop on care for older people. The event brought together faith communities from Ainsdale Community Care, St Mary’s Waterloo, St Leonards Community Centre Bootle, and Sacred Heart Ainsdale. It is part of an on-going project looking at healthy eating and affordable warmth, run by the Eco Resource Network (LWC, Faiths for Change and Energy Projects Plus).
Global Learning in Latest Ofsted Report:
Global Learning was mentioned in the latest Ofsted Report as being an important part of all schools in the Uk.
“Every child growing up in the UK should have the chance to learn about the world around them, the facts of poverty and underdevelopment, and about the potential to build a freer and more prosperous world. The Global Learning Programme (GLP) https://globaldimension.org.uk/glp will work with primary, secondary and special schools across the UK to ensure that young people have this opportunity. GLP will seek to help pupils to develop the skills needed to work in a global economy through learning about key themes of development education such as:
- Knowledge of developing countries, their economies, histories and human geography.
- Knowledge of the basic elements of globalisation School Inspection Update December 2015 |Issue 5 9.
- Knowledge of different ways to achieve global poverty reduction and the arguments around the merits of these different approaches.”
See full report here