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Vol. 4 No. 1&2 of Global Comparative Education: Journal of the WCCES has been released. Please click here for more details----------------------------Vol.4 No.3 of World Voices Nexus: The WCCES Chronicle has been released. Please click here for details...................................... Participants who presented their papers during the 3rd WCCES Symposium (Virtually through Zoom) held on 25-27 November 2020 are encouraged to submit their short (3000 words) or full (6000 words) papers for possible publication in the three WCCES outlets after the peer-review process. Please click here for more details..........................................New book released in the WCCES Brill I Sense Series: Migrants and Comparative Education - Call to Re/Engagement. Please click here for more details.........................................Call for applications for volunteers at WCCES Secretariat in Geneva is now open. Please click here for more details.........................................Call for submission for Vol.5 No.1 of World Voices Nexus: The WCCES Chronicle is open till 15 Jan. 2021. Please click here for details......................................

Established in 1970 and organized as an NGO in official consultative status with UNESCO, the World Council of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES) is an international organization of comparative education societies from across the globe

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New Book Released in the WCCES Brill I Sense Series

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UNESCO Forum : Imagining the World to Come - Women's Voices

With strong member state demand, and responding to a push from the UN Secretary-General Mr. António Guterres, to get UNESCO thinking as a “laboratory of ideas” in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, UNESCO introduced its Online Forum Series, which aims to discuss what the future should look like after the crisis. The first “UNESCO Online Forum: Imagining the World to Come” has given a voice to women, many of whom have gone unheard since the start of the pandemic. UNESCO Director-General Ms. Audrey Azoulay introduced the forum in the following video.

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New Book Released in the WCCES Brill I Sense Series

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Upcoming Book in the WCCES Brill I Sense Series

Ubuntu and Comparative and International Education, Editors: Assié-Lumumba, Bedi, Cross and Ekanayake

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WCCES President Professor N'Dri T. Assié-Lumumba Speaking at the UNESCO Forum : Imagining the World to Come - Women’s Voices

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Lisbon, Portugal Image Attribution: Aleksandr Zykov from Russia / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)

Call for Publications for the 3rd WCCES Symposium (Virtually through Zoom) 25-27 Nov. 2020

Teachers, Teaching Profession, and Comparative Education: Fostering Values Education and Engaging Academic Freedom amidst Emerging Issues related to COVID-19

Participants who presented their papers during the 3rd WCCES Symposium are encouraged to revise and submit their papers to one of the three WCCES publication outlets (each with its rigorous peer-reviewed process):

  1. Papers of 6000 words in Global Comparative Education: Journal of the WCCES in one of the six official languages of the United Nations
  2. Short papers of 3000 words in World Voices Nexus: The WCCES Chronicle in one of the six official languages of the United Nations
  3. Papers of at least 6000 words in English as chapters in one or more edited volumes in the WCCES Brill-Sense book series.
Short/ full papers must be sent for review latest by 31 March 2021 to publications@wcces-online.org