Education For Citizenship

Educazione civica 2We consider education to be one of the most effective ways of making our world and history more human. Education is above all a matter of love and responsibility handed down from one generation to another. As such, education is a natural antidote to the individualistic culture that at times degenerates into a true cult of the self and the primacy of indifference. Our future cannot be one of division, impoverishment of thought, imagination, attentiveness, dialogue, and mutual understanding.
That cannot be our future. Today, there is need for a renewed commitment to an education that engages society at every level”.
Pope Francis

Webinar 2 – February 3, 2021 at 10 am (Rome time)

Welcome: Guy Bourdeaud’hui. UMEC-WUCT President
Introduction: Prof. Dr. John Lydon, St. Mary’s University, London, UK –                     Member Executive Committee UMEC-WUCT
Participants/ relators
– Prof. Dr. Michael Anthony C. Vasco, PhD, Dean of Graduate School, Santo Tomas University, Philippines: “Education for citizenship: A philosophical perspective
– Prof. Adrian Podar, High school Bucharest – Romania:                                          “Education for citizenship: A pedagogical perspective
Conclusions: Msg. Vincent Dollmann, Archbishop of Cambrai, A.E. UMEC-WUCT
Moderator: Giovanni Perrone, secretary-general UMEC-WUCT

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