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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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Let’s celebrate Reformation Day!

Let’s celebrate Reformation Day!

Dear Readers, Today, October 31, 2020, Protestants worldwide celebrate the 503rd anniversary of the Protestant Reformation initiated by Martin Luther in Wittenberg, Germany. On this occasion, I have the honour to share with you a message of Hope. God gives us this Hope through his … › Read more

Protestant Schools are committed to Peace Education in the Great Lakes Sub-Region

Protestant Schools are committed to Peace Education in the Great Lakes Sub-Region

The coordinators of Protestant schools in Protestant churches in Rwanda and in the Democratic Republic of Congo-DRC (North and South Kivu) are mobilizing to promote peace education in the sub-region of Great-Lakes. Indeed, these churches manage a considerable number of nursery, primary, vocational, secondary and … › Read more

Ecumenical Youth Service Support Association founded

Ecumenical Youth Service Support Association founded

On September 26th 2020, friends and supporters of the Ecumenical Youth Services (EYS) met in Leipzig to found a non-profit support association. The work of the association is directly linked to the EYS offers for international youth exchanges. Every year, about 90-100 young people take … › Read more

on the move for Protestant communities of peace