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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.

News


Action-packed start of the ERASMUS+ project “Schools joining up for Communities of Peace”

Action-packed start of the ERASMUS+ project “Schools joining up for Communities of Peace”

Have you ever written a project proposal? Have you? Then you’ll know how far it is from the first idea to the drafting and approval of the application to the actual start of the project… But: Slow and steady wins the race! This was proven … › Read more

2 700 Lutheran Educators Gather at LEA-Convocation

2 700 Lutheran Educators Gather at LEA-Convocation

Educators and leaders from around the world involved with Protestant education who have attended events run by Global Pedagogical Network – Joining in Reformation (GPENreformation) are already familiar with the value of gathering together. Nothing can replace the fellowship of Christians coming together to worship, … › Read more

News on Peace Education at Institut Majengo

News on Peace Education at Institut Majengo

The Institute Majengo in Goma/DR Congo continues to promote Peace Education: during a week of action from September 23 to 29, ethnic prejudices and environmental protection were discussed in a variety of creative ways; discussions were sought between politicians, the military, students and teachers, and … › Read more

on the move for Protestant communities of peace