Berkeley College Students Contribute to Dialogue on Global Citizenship Education at United Nation’s Seminar

 
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2016
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BERKELEY COLLEGE STUDENTS CONTRIBUTE TO DIALOGUE ON 
GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION AT UNITED NATION’S SEMINAR

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Photo Caption: Rahul Bedi, PhD, Chair, Management, Berkeley College Larry L. Luing School of Business, was accompanied by Berkeley College students and members of the Berkeley College Model United Nations (U.N.) Club at the 2016 U.N. Global Citizenship Education Seminar, held on Friday, September 9, 2016 at the United Nations in New York, NY. Dr. Bedi and students were given the opportunity to speak with U.N. ambassadors and representatives, youth advocates and global education experts about the active role global citizenship education can play in preventing violent extremism, promoting sustainable development, and preserving human dignity worldwide.

Pictured above: Dr. Bedi and students pose outside of the United Nations’ headquarters in New York, NY. Pictured below, student Vladimir De La Rosa Santana of the Dominican Republic, International Business, Class of 2017, asks panelists about how the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization intends to encourage education amongst youth who are required to work at a young age to support their family.

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