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DECSY AGM, Wednesday 24th April, 5.30pm – 8pm – Celebrating 40 Years

You are invited to join us for our AGM on Wednesday 24th April. It will be an opportunity to celebrate DECSY’s 40 years’ anniversary. Come along to hear about our last year and join us in a spot of reminiscing over 40 years of supporting global learning – education for a just and sustainable world.

Sheffield and Anti-Apartheid in South Africa – new lesson plan

DECSY Global Education Adviser, Helen Griffin, highlights the latest lesson plan from our ‘Non-violent action: a force for change’ materials developed and used by the late Mark Hutchinson (1960-2023) who worked closely with DECSY over many years.

Observations on the 28th UN Climate Change Conference  –  COP28, Dubai

DECSY Global Education Adviser, Rob Unwin, attended COP 28 as an online observer. Here he gives a summary of his observations on the conference, some of the agreements made, and how this ‘Only game in town’ for addressing climate change internationally can work for real change.

Global Learning Fortnight, 27th Nov – 10th Dec

The Global Learning Network is a group representing global learning and development education centres across England. DECSY is a part of this network, that has recently changed it’s name from CoDEC. This fortnight is a chance to celebrate Global Learning and the TGLN network. Not sure what or how to define Global Learning. Read on as Clive Belgeonne, one of our Global Learning Advisers, explains more…

Do you want to play a part in creating a better world? Join us as a Trustee!

Based in Sheffield, DECSY is looking for new Trustees to join its Executive Committee. We are looking for individuals who have skills and experience in one or both of the following: marketing, fundraising, and who support our aim of promoting education for a sustainable world. Previous board experience is not essential for the role as we will mentor new Trustees.

Our current funders are: