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The Messages of Hope of the 2021 Conference of Hope are now available as video recordings!

Information and materials on peace education – with thematic pages on the Ukraine conflict and sub-Saharan Africa


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.


Schools joining up for Communities of Peace: Learning Activity from April 04 to 08, 2022

It has been three weeks since our learning activity for the project “Schools joining up for Communities of Peace”, but we are still reminiscing about the wonderful week we spent in Plön with 34 students and 14 teachers. On this page you will find a … › Read more

Active and Participatory Pedagogy (APP) has influenced the adoption of Competency Based Curriculum in Rwanda (CBC)

An input from our colleague Jean-Baptiste Ndamukunda in Kigali/Ruanda.  At all levels of education, the quality of education is measured by the skills of learners. In Rwanda the term “competence” in education became popular from 2015 when the Ministry of Education had just replaced the … › Read more

Technical secondary school in Rwanda is looking for a partner school in Germany

Hanika Anglican Integrated Polytechnic (HAIP) is a technical secondary school (10th-12th grade) with specialisations in auto mechanics, IT, bricklaying, electrician’s trade and accounting. It also has a technical college of civil engineering, auto mechanics and information and communication technology. HAIP has about 1000 students and … › Read more

on the move for Protestant communities of peace