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I am Brazilian (based in Costa Rica), have been working with the Earth Charter Initiative since 1996. Have always been interested and working on Sustainable Development issues and ethics, from policy making to participatory processeses of decision making. Currently directing the Earth Charter Center on Education for Sustainable Development at UPEACE
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I am a developmental researcher based in India (interests: sustainable development and climate change vis-a-vis international enviornmental politics).
I would be honored if you accept my friendly invitation !
I donot know whether or not you are aware about high maternal mortality ratio in India or not. Can you contribute something in educating Indian girls/women in the pursuit of reducing maternal mortality?
Please do not feel taxed because of comments.
With lots of regards,
Thanks. I will be going to India in November to attend Tiblisi+30 Conference on Environement and Sustainability Education... We will be offering an Earth Charter workshop there and a whole session with different groups sharing experiences of working on these issues... You might wish to come or ... we might decide to stop over in Bangladesh... I know some people there who work with us and basically translated some of our documents - The Earth Charter - in the main local language. They are called the Centre for Sustainable Development, the head person is also (or was) the Chairperson, IUCN National Commiittee-Bangladesh. In our website you can find the Earth Charter text in Bangla language... Cheers,
Hi Mirian, Your area ‘effective education (formal, non-formal and informal) and behaviour change’ is interesting. I too cover education, among some other issues, with great keenness.
I think you would find Bangladesh a fascinating place for research in non-formal education as NGOs, social groups, donor countries and the government have been working together in the sector for more than 30 years.
Let me know if you think about to visit the land.
Stay in good health
Hi Shahidul, I think you were quicker than me.... I was joining this group while doing other things.... Basically I am interested in sustainability and in bringing this notion and understanding to a broad gorup. I am researching for ways in which we can be more effective in education (formal, non-formal and informal) and behavirour change.