Global citizens understand their individual perspectives and actions impact the values and practices of the local and world community. Education for Global Citizenship (EGC) empowers learners to proactively participate in resolving challenges around them as well as larger society with compassion for others and respect for human dignity, local cultures, and knowledge systems. Ultimately, the learners became change makers contributing to peace, justice, and sustainable development. Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) suggest all students, including those in underserved and developing areas, can have more accessible and cross-culturally collaborative learning opportunities for innovation.The UN Sustainable Development Goal 4, quality education with an emphasis on Global Citizenship,provides a global to local platform to address the High-Level Political Forum’s first objective: Promoting sustainable development towards the eradication of poverty. Goal 4 is considered the linking SDG to transcend all the SDGs, also through introducing and implementing the role and responsibilities

SPONSOR: IVECA Center for International Virtual Schooling

CO-SPONSORS: The Permanent Mission of Tunisia to the United Nations, UNESCO New York Office,CoNGO Committee on Education, Learning and Literacy, Legion of Good Will-Latin America, Young