Education for Sustainable Development
"Survival of our species is linked to education" (Curzon, 1990).
International-Curricula Educators Association is a teacher community founded in 2008, to relate education to sustainable development and global citizenship, through community participation and curricula design. ICEA began working in Egypt as a registered charity ( No. 7451) and now operating at the United Kingdom, maintaining a partnership with several NGOs and educational institutions to promote sustainability awareness in Africa and worldwide.
The founder and president of ICEA, Gihan Soliman, has made several initiatives to promote education for sustainable development in Egypt and has been also nominated as a semi-finalist in the MIT Forum Enterprise Competition for the project Sinai Sustainability Cybernetics Centre.
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UK/Ughanda [IPNAMME network]
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Forum UNESCO University and Heritage, a shared responsibility with the World Heritage Centre
Teach a Man to Fish
Unit F5, 89-93 Fonthill Road
London N4 3JH
"ICEA is committed to raising awareness on sustainability issues and coordinating for resilience, conservation and sustainable communities, through creative educational solutions and consultancy.
As a signatory of the Higher Education Sustainability Initiative, which International-Curricula Educators Association joined at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. ICEA, made a commitment to promote sustainability through not-for-profit activities, publication, and global partnership.
Gihan S. Soliman, BA, PGCE, MSc, Soil Sci
Carmen Caprilis, BSc, MSc
Rachel Swan, BSc, PGCE, MSc
Dealin' Green TM (Current)
Permaculture for Scotland (Current)
Science Across Egypt© (2009-2013)
Arab Youth Climate Movement
(AYCM) 2012- 2013
Githunguri Youth Sports Association
Mala Youth Soccer Group
ICEA acknowledges the voluntary and invaluable contribution of:
Dr Mohammed Abdel Muneim, Al Nile University.
Mohamed Abdel Meguid