“THERE IT’S POETRY, HERE IT HURTS”. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND ECOLOGICAL TRANSITION: A MATTER OF GLOBAL JUSTICE EDUCATION

Giada Prisco

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In the framework of sustainable development promoted by the 2030 Agenda, the paper aims to lay the knowledge bases to support an advocacy action for the promotion of a political agenda on equality in education, understood as equality of opportunity. Starting from the results of an empirical mixed methods research carried out in Latin America and the Caribbean, the paper highlights the link between sustainable development, climate change and ecological transition emphasizing the urgency of manifest a “pedagogy of indignation” against the structural injustices that characterize our realities, calling out loudly to the right and duty to change the world. The precarious unsustainable condition in which our world finds itself today requires urgently new global and common solutions. The numerous difficulties faced by large sections of the population around the world can only be eliminated if these conditions of vulnerability and disadvantage are made the subject of serious political and educational reflection and consideration.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v6i4s.771

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