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Abstract

The renewed global commitment envisaged in the Education 2030 agenda represents an opportunity to rethink educational governance substantially in order to address the challenges coming from the changing education scenario and to implement more effective and equitable education policies. In the face of growing economic inequalities and of disruptive technological changes, it is necessary to reaffirm a humanistic approach to education while re-building an innovative sense of the community. Considering education as a common good implies the design and implementation of forms of cooperation more relevant to the diversity of contexts with a view to developing, at both a national and a global level, new social structures based on the values of freedom and dignity of all people.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.International Research Centre on Global Citizenship EducationUniversity of BolognaBolognaItaly

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