Call for Sample Case Studies


Call for Sample Case Studies on successful ESD/ GCED integration through partnership models within G20 countries/ states

Have you/ your organisation partnered with schools, universities, higher education institutions, government departments/ units, NGOs, community organisations and/ or civil society to promote Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) or Global Citizenship Education (GCED) in an innovative or creative way? Was your ESD/ GCED intervention based within one or more of the G20[1]countries/ state[2]? Have you evidence of the success of your ESD/ GCED intervention i.e. has there been an independent review to show progress or transformations via-a-vis sustainability knowledge, skills, behaviours or dispositions of learners within formal/ non-formal learning contexts? If yes to all of these questions, we would like to invite you to submit an overview of your ESD/ GCED intervention, which will be considered for inclusion as  a sample case study of good practice with respect to the promotion of ESD/GCED within a Policy Brief to be submitted in April 2020 to a taskforce for the G20.


Please provide an overview of your initiative as outlined below, and submit to Dinah Bennett by email on:  by the 18th March 2020.

  1. Name of Individual/ Organisation:
  2. Contact Email:
  3. Location of ESD/GCED project (must be G20 country/ state[1]):
  4. List of Partners of ESD/GCED project:
  5. ESD/GCED Project Time-frame (Start-Date/ End-Date):
  6. Overview of ESD/GCED intervention (100 words maximum):

Please provide a brief explanation of the ESD/ GCED project and the innovative or creative approaches to implementing ESD/GCED.

  1. Evidence-base for its success (100 words maximum):
    Please explain 1) how the ESD/GCED intervention/ project was evaluated, and 2) the outcomes of the evaluation process and any recommendations.
  1. Any other information about your project (50 words maximum)
    Please provide any other pertinent information about your project.

Thank you for your consideration of this.

[1] The G20 is an international forum, made up of 19 countries and the European Union, representing the world’s major developed and emerging economies. Together, the G20 members represent 85% of global GDP, 75% of international trade and two-thirds of the world’s population. Source: OCED –

[2] G20 partnership includes: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, European Union, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States



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