CURRENT FORMULATION of the main ideas for the Declaration
At the globally relevant Declaration on Education, we aim to confront those contemporary trends that pose a danger to humanity, and to identify the necessary approaches to education which value solidarity, justice, care, cooperation, love, freedom, equality and diversity, and proclaims the necessary status for education in societies.
The Drafting Committee
Ron Barnett is Emeritus Professor at the Institute of Education, University of London (where he was both Dean of Professional Development and (subsequently) Pro-Director for Longer Term Strategy); the inaugural recipient of the EAIR Award for ‘Outstanding Contribution to Higher Education Research, Policy and Practice’. London, UK
Timo Airaksinen is Emeritus Professor (Ethics and Social Philosophy), University of Helsinki, Finland. Life member of Clare Hall, Cambridge, and Vice-President of the Philosophical Society of Finland. Life Honorary Member of the Learned Society of Praxiology. Helsinki, Finland
Walter Kohan is Professor of Philosophy of Education at the State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Was previously President of the International Council of Philosophical Inquiry with Children (ICPIC) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Poonam Batra is Professor of Education at Department of Education, University of Delhi, India
Scott Webster is Associate Professor of Education at Deakin University’s School of Education, the coordinator for the 'Curriculum, Pedagogy and Professional Learning' teaching and research group in the school of education. Melbourne, Australia.
Felix Maringe is a Professor of Higher Education in the School of Education at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Margarita Kozhevnikova (coordinator of the project “Human education in the 3rd millennium” ) is Head of research laboratory for social support of the personality. Institute of Pedagogy, Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia. St. Petersburg, Russia