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How helping young people find their voices can build trust Teachers' Voices

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How can we help young people find their voices through activism and collaboration? And why is this an important element of education?
In this episode, Nina explores the many benefits that come from supporting youth activism – from building leadership skills to promoting empathy. 
While each guest has a different international perspective – they are based in India, Canada and Trinidad – all three work collaboratively with schools and students at a local, regional and international level to support young people in their mission to build a more sustainable future.
Episode Highlights
[04:07] Meet Terry Godwaldt[05:38] Global vision, local impact[07:40] Global leadership schools[10:14] Empowering young people[11:50] Meet Annapurna Chintaluri[12:50] Exposure to research[13:32] Video-conferencing with scientists[15:09] Student-driven initiatives[17:11] Meet Wendy Mack[18:31] School environment club[19:43] Activities around the Sustainable Development Goals[23:37] Wendy’s advice and tipsGuests
You can find Annapurna Chintaluri on Twitter.
Terry Godwaldt is on Twitter and Linkedin.
Wendy Mack is on Twitter. 


More information on the topics in this episode
The Centre for Global Education – Twitter
The Decarbonized project – Get involved 
UNESCO associated schools network – Twitter
UN Climate Change Conference


Join us on social media: https://twitter.com/BOLD_insights and https://twitter.com/VoicesTeachers
Listen to all episodes of Teachers’ Voices here: https://bold.expert/teachers-voices/
Subscribe to BOLD’s newsletter: https://bold.expert/newsletter
Stay up to date with all the latest research on child development and learning: https://bold.expert
Get in touch with us: podcastteachersvoices@gmail.com  

How can we help young people find their voices through activism and collaboration? And why is this an important element of education?
In this episode, Nina explores the many benefits that come from supporting youth activism – from building leadership skills to promoting empathy. 
While each guest has a different international perspective – they are based in India, Canada and Trinidad – all three work collaboratively with schools and students at a local, regional and international level to support young people in their mission to build a more sustainable future.
Episode Highlights
[04:07] Meet Terry Godwaldt[05:38] Global vision, local impact[07:40] Global leadership schools[10:14] Empowering young people[11:50] Meet Annapurna Chintaluri[12:50] Exposure to research[13:32] Video-conferencing with scientists[15:09] Student-driven initiatives[17:11] Meet Wendy Mack[18:31] School environment club[19:43] Activities around the Sustainable Development Goals[23:37] Wendy’s advice and tipsGuests
You can find Annapurna Chintaluri on Twitter.
Terry Godwaldt is on Twitter and Linkedin.
Wendy Mack is on Twitter. 


More information on the topics in this episode
The Centre for Global Education – Twitter
The Decarbonized project – Get involved 
UNESCO associated schools network – Twitter
UN Climate Change Conference


Join us on social media: https://twitter.com/BOLD_insights and https://twitter.com/VoicesTeachers
Listen to all episodes of Teachers’ Voices here: https://bold.expert/teachers-voices/
Subscribe to BOLD’s newsletter: https://bold.expert/newsletter
Stay up to date with all the latest research on child development and learning: https://bold.expert
Get in touch with us: podcastteachersvoices@gmail.com  

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