Global Citizenship Competences

In order to get a more concrete idea of what Global Education brings for Scouts and Guides, the document Global Citizenship Competences for Scouts and Guides was developed in partnership with Scout and non-Scout organisations involved in Global Education.

Attitudes = what are my values and motivations
Takes responsibility for their actions and willing to act to make the world a better place Supports others to take positive actions. Commitment to participation and inclusion Respect for people and human rights Strives to understand our interdependent world
Knowledge = what can I read about
Interdependence through trade, technology, economy, migration, political systems Relationship between consumer and producer within the supply chain (eg. Food, clothes, technology etc.) Lifestyle choices and how they impact on the environment and others Impact of decision at national and global level on people and the environment Unequal cause and e ect of climate change globally Links between issues - poverty, climate change, migration, con icts Historical in uence of colonial past shaping present trade and power relations Scout and Guide movement interdependencies
Skills = what can I do/ what am I able of
Critical thinking Make connections between causes and consequences Ability to manage complexity and uncertainty Informed and re ective action as global citizens
Attitudes = what are my values and motivations
Commitment to social justice and equity Respect for people and human rights Solidarity
Knowledge = what can I read about
Trade, unfair trade Poverty within country and between country Life chances Unequal balance of power Di erent perspectives on development (MDG, SDG, indigenous...) Di erent perspectives on social justice and equity Inequality in access to the resources Human Rights Gender Historical in uence of colonial past shaping present trade and power relations
Skills = what can I do/ what am I able of
Empathy Self-awareness and re ection Co-operation and con ict resolution Ability to manage complexity and uncertainty Informed and re ective action as a global citizen
Attitudes = what are my values and motivations
Strive to use natural resources in a responsible way Mindful of future generations’ needs. Commitment to protect the environment and quality of life for people locally and globally Appreciation of interdependence between people and planet Willingness to take personal responsibility for changing lifestyle
Knowledge = what can I read about
Responsible consumption Aware of water and energy usage Ecological -footprint, carbon footprint, water footprint Food production Ecological limit of the planet Alternative economic systems (eg. de-growth) Waste management Climate change Population growth SDGs Agenda
Skills = what can I do/ what am I able of
Creative and future thinking Self-awareness and re ection Co-operation and con ict resolution Ability to manage complexity and uncertainty Informed and re ective action as a global citizen
Attitudes = what are my values and motivations
Value diversity Being open-minded and respectful of the many various ways of thinking, living and behaving Respect the rights of all to have a point of view Respect and promote human rights of all people Be committed to challenge prejudices and discriminatory views and practices
Knowledge = what can I read about
Similarities and di erences Shifting/changing / multi-layered identities; personal and group identities Identifying stereotypes, prejudices and discrimination based on eg. faith, ethnicity, culture, nationality, age, health gender and sexuality Impacts of stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination and how to challenge them In uence of language, beliefs and values in cultural identity Importance of diversity within culture and the environment Human rights Di erent ways of knowing
Skills = what can I do/ what am I able of
Challenge stereotypes and prejudices To develop participatory, inclusive and safe environment for all Self-awareness and re ection Co-operation and con ict resolution Informed and re ective action as a global citizen
Attitudes = what are my values and motivations
Approaching con ict as an opportunity to learn together Appreciation that con ict can lead to positive transformation of attitudes, human relations and societies. Respecting opposing sides within a con ict. Willingness to be inclusive when resolving con ict
Knowledge = what can I read about
Causes and e ects of con icts at all levels eg. community disorder, war, terrorism, domestic violence Arms trade Strategies for managing, resolving and preventing con ict eg. peer mediation, restorative justice, non-violent communication, negotiation, mediation Protest movements eg. su ragettes, anti-apartheid, political disobedience through non-violent struggleCreative and positive outcomes of conflict
Skills = what can I do/ what am I able of
Empathy Co-operation and con ict resolution Ability to manage complexity and uncertainty Communication Mediation
Attitudes = what are my values and motivations
To be willing to change your opinion and viewpoint. To develop self-re ective attitude. To be open-minded Strive to understand our interdependent world Is willing to explore marginalized perspectives
Knowledge = what can I read about
Various traditions of critical thinking Identifying implicit values and assumptions The ways our perceptions of the world are shaped Di erent ways of knowing and learning about the World Understanding how power a ects views, voice, decision making, governance and construction of knowledge Theories about thinking “outside the box”
Skills = what can I do/ what am I able of
Evaluation of sources of information for bias, stereotypes and a range of voices and perspectives Di erentiate between facts, opinions and observations Exploring multiple perspectives Analysing own and others assumptions about people and issues. Metacognitions – re ecting on our own thinking processes Ability to manage complexity and uncertainty Engage in the creative development of new solutions to local and global problems
Attitudes = what are my values and motivations
Commitment to participation and inclusion Belief that people can bring about positive change
Knowledge = what can I read about
Participatory and inclusive approaches to leadership Di erent types of participation and engagement in civil society through local, national and global organisations. Opportunities for individuals or groups to participate in the decision making processes at all levels from local to global within the Scout and Guide movements. Opportunities o ered through local, national and global organisations Development cooperation Rights and responsibilities Responsible consumption
Skills = what can I do/ what am I able of
Self-re ection and self-evaluation Con dence to deliver participatory approaches Plan, organize, manage and carry out activities in local and worldwide society

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