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Launch of the first edition of Paris Education Week at the OECD

The Ligue de l’Enseignement , the premier non-governmental Education organization in France has tasked The Global Compass, in collaboration with the OECD, with organizing the Inaugural conference  of the Paris Education Week. Held on Monday November 14th 2016 at the OECD, the event brought together OECD experts, researchers, Governments and civil society representatives to address the following issue : Governments …

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Education to Moderation : a challenge against fundamentalism and extremism

The Global Compass organized on November 17th, 2016 a meeting at the French Prime Minister’s office in charge of dialogue with religious Organizations (Observatoire de la Laïcité). The Global Compass invited the CEO of the Global Movement of the Moderates Foundation, Dr Nasharudin Mat Isa to discuss with the Heads and representatives of major French religious Education to Moderation : …

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Hippocrène Foundation commissions The Global Compass to produce a report and recommendation to build public support for the European Project

The EU has entered a very dark period. The Brexit in June 2016 and the rise of populism in many countries across Europe are putting at risk the European project. There is a growing lack of trust and understanding among people about the EU and therefore, an urgent need to address this issue and to foster public understanding and support …

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United Nations Alliance of Civilizations Global Summit in Baku (Azerbaijan) : The Global Compass organized a business symposium on the Role of the private sector in promoting Inclusive Societies

The Government of Azerbaijan, host of the Global Forum of the UN Alliance of Civilizations Summit, has tasked The Global Compass with organising a high level business symposium on “Living Together in Inclusive Societies : the Role and Responsibility of the Private Sector”.  The symposium was organized in partnership with the Ministry of Economy of Azerbaijan Azpromo and the UN …

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