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NEW: Digital Peace Exhibition

15 school groups from nine countries and four continents have responded to the call to participate in the Action on Peace and Discord at Protestant Schools worldwide by producing creative and inspiring videos, poems and texts. Have a look!

 

Welcome to GPENreformation!

The Global Pedagogical Network – Joining in Reformation, short GPENreformation, is an international network of Protestant educational institutions such as schools and universities as well as churches and associations and organizations supporting them. Linked by the common roots in the Reformation, members of different Protestant denominations get in contact with each other. Our goal is to learn together and from each other globally to develop high quality education and to share solidarity worldwide.

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You cannot buy Pleasure

You cannot buy Pleasure

You cannot buy pleasure – but you can buy digital transformation Six protestant schools in Congo and Rwanda in search of more empowerment and independence   Six protestant schools from the Congo and Rwanda have been known for their sustainable and successful pedagogy for many … › Read more

Reconstruction of the Groupe Scolaire Frank Adamson de Kibogora

Reconstruction of the Groupe Scolaire Frank Adamson de Kibogora

The Groupe Scolaire Frank Adamson de Kibogora (GSFAK) is a secondary school of the Free Methodist Church in Rwanda. In the first semester of the 2019 school year, the GSFA Kibogora was exposed to a great threat: The 280 girls’ dormitory burned down completely and … › Read more

“The Africa we pray for” – WCC and the AACC launch youth essay competition

“The Africa we pray for” – WCC and the AACC launch youth essay competition

The World Council of Churches (WCC) and the All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC) are calling upon young Africans to participate in an essay contest for the African regional publication on Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace. Africans from the continent and the diaspora up to … › Read more

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