OUR NETWORKS

We’re proud to work in partnership with so many inspiring organisations across the UK working to promote Global Education.

Below we’ve listed just some of those great organisations we work with in the South West:

African Voices Forum
The African Voices Forum (AVF) is a Bristol-based network of African and African-Caribbean community associations/organisations and other community organisations working to empower Africans and African-Caribbeans to take active part in policies and initiatives that concern them. Find out more www.africanvoicesforum.org.uk.

Bristol and South Gloucestershire Education Network
Members of the GLEN include the Local Authorities, local universities, schools, organisations such as the British Red Cross and Envision, and other networks such as the Bristol Fair Trade Network. Past projects include the Global Education Directory South West, whilst together we host an Annual Global Education Conference, led by a different agency each year.

Bristol Fairtrade Network
Fair trade remains one of the most important initiatives in our every day lives. Fair trade fortnight is now a staple on the school calendar and there are few people – adults or children who are not aware of it. But it can still achieve so much more. We undertake work with our local Fairtrade Network, and they’re all over the country. To find out more about Bristol Fair Trade Network see www.bristolfairtrade.org.uk.

The Global Learning Network South West
The Global Learning Network (GLEAN) South West promotes effective global learning in the area through supporting providers and schools in creating networks and projects. To find out more about their work see www.glean.org.uk.

South West Development Education Centres
We  work with six active and committed organisations which deliver global education in their local area. Working together we can learn from each other and provide a better service in formal and informal education. Current joint work includes the Global Schools Partnerships programme.