Journal of Southeast Asian education : The Official Journal of SEAMEO : Values Education and Global Citizenship towards Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
The Journal of Southeast Asian Education is an official SEAMEO publication produced twice a year. The main purpose of this international journal is to provide information and analysis to assist in policymaking and planning in the countries in the region. It promotes the interchange of ideas on educational issues and comparative studies, both within the countries of the region and other parts of the world. Each article in the journal was written to enable readers from outside each country to obtain an overview of how education is carried out within its borders.
The theme of this special issue is "Values Education and Global Citizenship towards Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Promoting Humanities." It is a product of SEAMEO's collaboration with the University of Tsukuba. It features official contributions from 6 SEAMEO regional centres, namely, SEAMOLEC, SEAQIM, SEAQIS, RECSAM, CELLL and CHAT. Other contributors also came from organisations such as CRICED, UNESCO, MGIEP (Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development). The various articles in this journal present projects and programmes focusing on values education and global citizenship in Southeast Asia.
The inaugural issue of the Journal of Southeast Asia Education was launched by the SEAMEO Secretariat in July 2000.
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