Abha is a secondary trained teacher with over ten years of experience of working in schools and with youth projects. She delivers training to educators on a range of global citizenship themes with a particular interest in critical thinking and community building. Abha has experience of working with teachers and pupils in examining the sensitive issues of race equality, and in helping schools move their practice forward.
Ruth has over 15 years experience in the global education field and has worked across the south-east region. With a background in fine art, she has had considerable involvement in facilitating community and visual arts projects and is passionate about using the arts for engaging children and young people in creative processes for exploring their world. Ruth has extensive knowledge of global education resources and a particular interest in picture books. Ruth has been delivering training to teachers in schools across the south-east as well as training in initial teacher education for over ten years.
Manju is a secondary trained teacher, and works across various fields encompassing youth participation, race, activism and interfaith dialogue. As a global citizenship practitioner Manju’s work centers on pedagogies for community building. This includes bringing diverse groups of people into shared spaces particularly around controversial issues, to engage hearts and minds and create change within communities. Manju has extensive experience of delivering cross curricular global citizenship projects and teacher training for schools across Europe and India.