Since its establishment in 2006, the Ubuntu Network has been promoting development education, education for sustainable development (ESD), and global citizenship education (GCE) among post-primary teacher educators in Ireland.
The term ‘Ubuntu’ itself is an African concept describing the essential bond of sharing which connects all humanity. We promote quality teaching, learning, and assessment by fostering collaboration, professional relationships, knowledge sharing, peer learning, dialogue, reflection, and research-informed practice.
UBUNTU’S CORE VALUES
We Work With
Higher Education Institution Members
WE ALSO COLLABORATE WITH
Our Operating Principles
The Ubuntu Network’s operations are characterised by the following principles: