Discussion Group

RCE Candidate Ilorin Brings Child Labour in Nigeria Into the Spotlight

Child labour has been a is one of the major challenges in North Central Nigeria and indeed in Nigeria. According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), child labour deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and that is harmful to physical and mental development.


Opportunity for Youth to join Sustainable Development Camp at Sejahtera Forest, Korea

Bridge to the World (BTW) is a flagship Youth Programme by RCE Tongyeong, South Korea for adolescents, who research and study sustainable development abroad. To celebrate BTW’s 10-year anniversary, RCE Tongyeong is hosting ‘The 2nd Bridge to the World International Youth Camp’ from 24 July - 5 August, 2017 at the Sejahtera Forest, Tongyeong, South Korea.

South Korea

Bonn conference on global transformations

RCE middle Albania participated in the Bonn Conference on Global Transformations, 12-13 May 2015, in Germany. The conference stressed the necessity of interactions and activations of platforms, for including sustainability in Post-2015 Agenda, stressing the fact the development goals have to be named Sustainability goals. This initiative was supported by Sustainable Development Solutions Network DESD and United Nations University in Bonn UNU-EHS.

Avalon School Summer Camps

Avalon Sustainability School provides integral, high quality, innovative learning experiences for positive change in multicultural environments.We build bridges and pull down walls. Learning with young people from many different countries you’ll be able to appreciate diversity and different cultural traditions, as well as tolerance for others or views different to your own

UN Social Development Network: Join the e-Discussion on Innovation and Technology

As part of promoting the 20th Anniversary of the 1995 World Summit for Social Development and the adoption of the Copenhagen Declaration and Programme of Action, The UNDESA Division for Social Policy and Development (DSPD) launched a yearlong campaign called “For Inclusion. For Equality. For People”. The campaign, which is part of the wider “2015 Time for Global Action” campaign, aims to highlight the importance of unity and the need to put people at the centre of the development agenda, leaving no on behind.


Review of RCE Teacher Education and Better School Projects and Initiatives


Dear AP RCE Colleagues,


RE: Review of AP RCE projects and initiatives on Teacher Education and Better Schools


We hope that you are well and started the year with lots of interesting and exciting projects! 


We are writing to invite you to complete the template attached which seeks to collect information on RCE school projects and initiatives carried out for the past 5 years. 


11 ways young people have revolutionized the climate debate

'Young people are often the most passionate voices on climate change, and with reason – as the planet warms over the coming century, it is the future of the youngest at stake. As such, it is often youth that are the loudest and the most ambitious in calling for action, proving to be anything from serious combatants to potential allies to the politicians in charge. But do their pickets and their pleas actually achieve anything?' Check out the link below: http://www.rtcc.org/2014/08/11/11-ways-young-people-have-revolutionized-... Best Regards, HAMISI MKUZI for RCE-Greater Pwani

Unity in Diverse

Lets diversify unity among ourselves. Racism is NO good. The world is changing at a fast rate so we should team up to address the challenges that come along our path .

My color is just the planned creation by God, so is yours' too. The world is diverse and the fact is that we can't all be at one place so I do pray that we be one despite of where we come from!!

Let's all Unite for Global prosperity.

Thank you,
Hamisi Mkuzi
For RCE-Greater Pwani {Kenya}