Welcome to Cyfanfyd

Cyfanfyd is a national membership organisation working to promote education for sustainable development and global citizenship (ESDGC) in Wales. We support organisations working in all fields of education helping them to incorporate a global dimension into their work. Our aim is the creation of a confident and outward looking Wales in which all have an understanding of their rights and responsibilities as global citizens.

Cyfanfyd is active in the fields of global youth work, lifelong learning and the formal school-based education through the ESDGC Network.

Cyfanfyd also acts as a representative lobbying organisation to ensure that global learning remains a priority for government organisations in Wales. Cyfanfyd membership is open to any organisation interested in global citizenship education.

Latest News

Send My Friend to School in 2014

Teachers can now order their free 2014 teaching pack from Send My Friend to School. Send My Friend to School is an NGO that encourages children across the UK to speak up for the right to education. It aims to remind world leaders of their promise, under the UN Millennium Development Goals, that all children […]...

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UN Celebrates International Migrants Day

On 18 December, The United Nations will celebrate International Migrants Day – a chance to champion the positive contributions to development that are made by the free movement of people on the international stage. It’s also a chance to underline the basic human rights and freedoms of migrants. This comes at a time where immigration […]...

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European Commission for Development Education and Awareness Raising Funding

Applicants have until 30 January 2014 to submit projects to be considered for the European Commission’s Development Education and Awareness Raising funding. The criteria for this funding have changed radically. Projects that are to be included must now conform to five criteria. Proposals will be considered from small-medium projects to big projects. Projects can apply […]...

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