• The World Circular Economy Forum 2017

    How can a circular economy present new opportunities to create wealth and support sustainable development? This was the theme of The World Circular Economy Forum 2017 (WCEF2017) that took place from 5-7 June 2017, in Helsinki, Finland and in which the Center for Collaborative Learning about Sustainable Development participat...
  • Becoming Global Citizens was successfull

    Becoming Global Citizens was a week of activities held at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, and focused on research about sustainable development, education for responsible living, and international partnerships and exchanges.
  • The driving force behind the Sustainable Development Goals

    "Education is the driving force behind the global Sustainable Development Goals" stated the Director- General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, at the UNESCO international week for peace and sustainability in Ottawa, Canada 5 to 10 March 2017 where the Center for Collaborative Learning for Sustainable Development was invited to parti...
  • Becoming Global Citizens

    The Center for Collaborative Learning for Sustainable Development invites you to join us in a week of diverse activities to help us better understand our role as global citizens. Date: 24-27 April 2017. Location: Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Campus Hamar and Lillehammer
  • HEI’s focus on SDGs

    Over 350 leaders of institutions of higher education in 85 countries assembled in Bangkok November 13-16, 2016 to examine how to contribute to the achievement of Agenda 2030’s sustainable development goals. Victoria W. Thoresen was invited to make a presentation about the work PERL/UNITWIN  has done.
  • International Conference in Latin America

    Nur University in Santa Cruz, Bolivia hosted the international conference arranged by The International Environment Forum with the support of PERL/UNITWIN in October 2016. The conference dealt with the theme “Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals as communities and individuals”. 
  • Consumer Education Moves Towards Greater Relevance

    PERL/UNITWIN partners contributed to the International Conference on Consumer Research held in Bonn on September 26-27, 2016. The presentations focused on consumer education - how it has evolved and what challenges it faces today.
  • New overview of PERL learning methodologies

    Fourth in a series that focuses on policies and practices of education for responsible, sustainable living, the “Learning to Do” booklet recently published by PERL/UNITWIN provides descriptions of three successful methodologies used around the world.
  • SANORD conference

    PERL partners contributed actively to the 2016 SANORD conference held at Uppsala University on September 7-9, 2016. The conference highlighted the need to rethink, scrutinize and look beyond the dominant paradigm of New Public Management especially when it comes to governance and public service provisioning. 
  • Latin American Research for a Troubled World

    Researchers from Latin America and the Nordic countries convened on 1-2 September 2016 for a NORLARNET conference organized by the University of Oslo and focusing on Latin American Research for a Troubled World. 
  • Bridging the Gap

    Several PERL partners joined teacher trainers from countries around the world at the The International Global Action Programme on ESD Conference and the 9th Biennial Meeting of the International Network of Teacher Education Institutions which was held the 21 – 24 August 2016 at Campus Gotland, Uppsala University, Sweden.
  • New Center crowns 20 years of work about education for responsible living

    Hedmark University of Applied Sciences has been a driving force in a number of significant international programs and research projects about responsible, sustainable living. To further this work, a Center for Collaborative Learning for Sustainable Development is being launched on the 21st of September in Hamar from 10 a.m.-...
  • UNESCO GAP Key Partner Meeting

    The annual GAP Partner meeting took place on July 5-6th 2016 in Paris, France bringing together representatives from networks around the world to review progress and consult on further action to improve and up-scale education for sustainable development.