Indaba-Network is a network of socially committed people willing to share their ideas and their experiences to reflect about current world challenges and support local projects of social change.
Indaba-Network is open to both young promotors of projects of change, educators, teachers, youth leaders and socially committed researchers involved in education, youth policies and values-based democratic organizations.
Indaba-Network was founded by:
- Eduardo Missoni, medical doctor, teaches “Ethics and International Organisations” at the University of Geneva (IOMBA), and Global Health and subjects related to Governance and Management of Development Cooperation in Milan (Bocconi University and Bicocca University). Former Secretary General of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM).
- Dominique Bénard, psychologist, specialized in educational and professional guidance, former Deputy Secretary of WOSM and Executive Director, Educational Methods, at the World Scout Bureau.
- Michel Seyrat, teacher, journalist and former Deputy Executive Commissioner of Scouts de France. Michel has written several programmes and books for children, adolescents and young adults.
- Lara Paoletti, expert in Development Education, Co-operation and International Solidarity. She works for development NGOs, specially at European level, in the fields of advocacy and training (youth education, intercultural learning, human rights, food safety, project management and fund raising).
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