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 NETWORKS AND PARTNERS
One World Centre works collaboratively with, and is supported by, a range of groups and organisations to promote global citizenship,  sustainable development and partnerships for the Global Goals.

 

Sustainable Schools Inititiative WA
The Sustainable School Initiatives – Western Australia (SSI-WA) is a whole-school planning framework that promotes and supports the use of sustainability as a key context for teaching and learning in the classroom and in whole-school projects. The One World Centre is a member of the Sustainable Schools Alliance WA, a collection of organisations that provide support and resources to schools seeking to be more sustainable.

 

Little Green Steps WA
Little Green Steps WA (LGSWA) supports Early Childhood Education for Sustainability (ECEfS), which equips children with the tools they need to actively contribute to a healthy, safe, sustainable future. LGSWA works with early childhood educators to equip them with skills for embedding sustainability in the education and care of young children. In addition, LGSWA enables access to an extensive range of educational resources and networks to support local communities to work towards our common goal: giving children the confidence and skills to have a positive impact on their lives and their environment.

 

United Nations Association of Australia – Western Australian Division
GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP SCHOOLS
UNAA WA supports global citizenship education (GCEd) in WA through school programs which enhance students’ understanding of the UN, human rights, social justice, environmental and community development issues; and their roles in building local, national and international cohesion. Member schools belong to WFUNA – a worldwide network of like-minded people focused on global citizenship and the UN. More about UNAA WA progams for schools here: WA Programs for Schools

 

Curtin Learning Futures Network
The Curtin University Learning Futures Network aims to create the social infrastructure, resources and context to develop more authentic and future-aware processes to support transformation and collaboration across student learning, school and staff development, and connections between and across higher education, industry, cultural and community organisations and the public sector.
The Learning Futures Network also provides an avenue for schools to learn about the expectations of higher education, alternative entry pathways, Direct Entry Portfolio processes, teacher professional learning and postgraduate opportunities, and to be more proactive in collaborative engagements with higher education.

 

 

 

AAEE – Australian Association for Environmental Education WA Chapter

 

 

ENVIRONMENT HOUSE – http://www.envirohouse.org.au/

 


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