Nurturing citizens of the world

Programs and Initiatives to trigger a holistic view of problems and solutions, both local and global, anchored around the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Fostering a Globalist Spirit

The world has shrunk and expanded in more ways than we can imagine. We can now instantly connect with anyone across the world and have access to platforms that are utilized by billions of people. However, we are still governed by laws and entities that are enablers and inhibitors of this connection. It is a foregone conclusion that we need to establish processes to enable global cooperation at all levels if we are to surmount the massive challenges that face us. The question, though, is how long will we take?

  At Worldview we believe that the seeds for global cooperation are sown by individuals who gain a greater understanding of the world. Through programs designed to simulate global cooperation we take participants on journeys that educate them on the possibilities a united world can present while grounding them in the realities of governance frameworks. Through these experiences we hope to facilitate the transformation of our participants into conscientious citizens of the world.

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Celebrating Global Citizenship

Videos from our programs, conferences and initiatives, each a celebration of the globalist spirit that unites us

"At Indian School Al Ghubra we believe that fundamental ideal that guides our world should inspire young minds to think differently, question their understanding of the world, and connect with people at a level that transcends global boundaries – where one voice is heard amidst the cacophony of conflict and disagreement. This has strengthened due to the hard work of Worldview!"

Maleka Ariwala
Director of MUN,
Indian School Al Ghubra

Worldview Education has demonstrated a strong commitment to promoting new forms of education, including by spreading knowledge on the SDGs. I hereby state that this collaboration has been instrumental to have youth think of ways through which they can promote justice in innovative ways and support their future undertakings.

Gilberto Antonio Duarte Santos
Programme Management Officer- United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime (UNODC)

"At Indian School Al Ghubra we believe that fundamental ideal that guides our world should inspire young minds to think differently, question their understanding of the world, and connect with people at a level that transcends global boundaries – where one voice is heard amidst the cacophony of conflict and disagreement. This has strengthened due to the hard work of Worldview!"

Maleka Ariwala
Director of MUN,
Indian School Al Ghubra

“Worldview Education has demonstrated a strong commitment to promoting new forms of education, including by spreading knowledge on the SDGs. I hereby state that this collaboration has been instrumental to have youth think of ways through which they can promote justice in innovative ways and support their future undertakings.”

Gilberto Antonio Duarte Santos
Education for Justice Initiative,
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

"The next generation has a plethora of ideas and the audacity to put across their opinions and that was all pooled in to organize an extravagant show like this. I am proud to see our small delegation of first-timers coming back to school from HMUN India and starting a MUN club. Thank you for igniting that fire."

Jyothsna D’Silva
Faculty Advisor (Ex),
Reqelford International School

"Though we came from different countries, cultures yet our ideology remained the same to find the solutions for our Global Issues. In a world full of opinion, HMUN taught me how to express myself and stay true. It has made me a better person and left me with the thought that I can change the world!!"

Siddhi Dol
Delegate,
Podar International School

"The students get to take a lot in terms of global awareness, skills: whether it’s debating or negotiating, and very importantly the value of compromise and diplomacy. It is only through these conferences that they get to enact and experience it."

Shamsah Furniturewala
Educator,
Hill Spring International School, Mumbai

"Each time the school returned with many special awards. Because of all the conference input, delegate guidance and special mentoring that Worldview offers, the school has had a most educative and enjoyable experience all these years. Thank you for this and for the MUN fever at the school. Looking forward to participating in the newer programs in your pipeline!"

Nalini Pinto
Principal,
Hill Spring International School, Mumbai

"HMUN India is undoubtedly one of the best high school conferences in India. It’s not just the exceptional quality of debate but events that compliment it that makes it amazing. At the end of the day, it is about people, it’s about meeting new friends, reconnecting with old ones and most importantly, improving your own identity."

Jaidev Shriram
Delegate,
FAIPS DPS Kuwait

"My favourite features would have to be committee session. Our director and assistant directors made the whole thing very enjoyable and apart from that, I got to learn a whole lot about parliamentary procedure. It also made me fall in love with MUN, so you’ll probably see me at HMUN India next year as well!"

Gayathri KP
Delegate,
DPS Kuwait

Blogs & Media Articles

Worldview Education: Grooming for global citizenship

Experiential learning has been the buzzword across institutions for many years now. Worldview Education goes beyond practical learning of subjects at schools or colleges, and encourages learning and application on-site.

UNODC Launches ‘Education 4 Justice’ Initiative To Promote SDGs In India, Partners With Worldview Education

UNODC, through its Regional Office for South Asia (UNODC-ROSA), has partnered with Worldview Education to promote Education for Justice (E4J) among schools in India

Doon School Students on a Global Citizenship Mission

Students of the prestigious Doon School recently undertook a Global Citizenship expedition as part of which they participated in the Yale Model United Nations conference along with 1200 other students from over 40 countries.

Vijayawada students attend Harvard-organised future leaders’ meet in the US

VIJAYAWADA: A delegation of 25 students of Dr. K.K.R Happy Valley School, in Vijayawada, are currently visiting the United States to attend the four-day ‘Worldview Future Leaders Program’ that began on Wednesday.

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