Education for justice, peace and sustainability

Globalisation has brought with it new social, economic, environmental and cultural challenges for organisations in both the public and private sectors. Leaders and staff need an understanding of both the challenges and opportunities that this closer interdependence has brought and how we all have a role to play in creating a more equitable and just world.

Established in 1986, the Global Learning Centre is a not-for-profit, community-based organisation that provides professional learning opportunities, resources, individual advice and support in the fields of: 

  • Understanding globalisation and interdependence
  • Developing cultural competence through a greater sense of identity and cultural diversity
  • Reflecting and acting for social justice and human rights
  • Building positive relationships for peace and conflict resolution
  • Creating sustainable futures.

We recognise that educating for effective global citizenship brings unique challenges for schools and universities. For this reason, the Centre offers:

GLC Vision and Mission

The Global Learning Centre aims to promote understanding of people’s shared responsibilities for developing more peaceful, just and ecologically sustainable communities in our world.


Global Education promotes long-term solutions to social and environmental problems. Solutions that reduce poverty, connect social and environmental issues locally and globally, affirm and celebrate cultural diversity, and involve everyone.

For more information please contact the GLC on 0423556249 or email our coordinator.


Rosanne Bray-White -

Staff and Management Committee

Rosanne Bray-White

Chair Management Committee/Coordinator

Alisa Cleary
Coordinator Professional Learning Program

Nena Morgante
Teacher Librarian

Adele Rice AM

Peter Noyes

Barbara Henderson

Jim Tunstall


Ian Demack


Rob Gilbert


Lyn Martinez


Christine Ludwig


Sue Monk


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