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The EduMaP (Education Makes Peace!) enabling interactive Jouneys to places of Peace and Conflict is now online

The digital Handbook on Experiencing Peace and Conflict with Students is out now


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.


Exchange visit of Prof. Dr. Annette Scheunpflug at the Protestant Council of Rwanda (CPR)

Tuesday March 21, 2023, Prof. Dr. Annette Scheunpflug from the University of Bamberg in Germany and member of the Board of GPENreformation (Team) visited the Protestant Council of Rwanda (CPR). She was accompanied by Prof. Dr. Astrid, a didactic pedagogue. The two were passing through … › Read more

In Rwanda, the sensitization continues for finding new members of GPENreformation

GPENreformation is an international network of Protestant schools and educational institutions that agree to become members. It plays a mediating role to facilitate communication and collaboration between educational institutions. Unfortunately many schools in Rwanda and around the world do not yet know GPENreformation in order … › Read more

Commemoration of the genocide perpetrated against the Tutsis

Dear members of GPENreformation, Since April 7, 2023, Rwanda begins the week dedicated to the commemoration, for the twenty-ninth time, of the genocide perpetrated against the Tutsis in April 1994. During this period, the Rwandan people remember this inhuman tragedy that claimed more than one … › Read more

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