York University’s UNESCO Chair Charles Hopkins is the recipient of the Clean50 Lifetime Achievement Award for his work on a global scale to reorient education towards sustainable development. This prestigious award recognizes Hopkins’ focus on creating a better future for all.
Scholars, educators and policymakers from around the world will join a global conference hosted by York University, to reimagine international learning opportunities impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UNESCO Chair research projects are carried out in a very unique way. UNESCO Chair research serves the international education community and is tailored to provide policy recommendations to UNESCO in conjunction with its strategy, recommendations and other particular activities.
The launch of the global research initiative hosted by the City of Greater Sudbury and the UNESCO Chair at York University titled ‘Reorienting Education and Training Systems to Improve the Lives of Indigenous Youth’ took place during a three-day conference at Laurentian University’s Indigenous Sharing and Learning Centre. The event, which ran Oct. 16 to […]