zyOzy and ‘Rethinking Education’

Have you heard about zyOzy?

Have you heard about most significant problems of the present: extreme poverty, hunger, lack of drinking water, lack of primary education, gender inequality, child mortality, mortal diseases and others?

The UN Millennium Developmental Goals are about solving these problems.

zyOzy is a social movement aimed at making the Millennium developmental goals to become personal challenges of young people around the Earth. It is a tribe of thinking friends who share the passion to activate youth in a global fight against extreme poverty.

I discovered Steve Jennings, founder of zyOzy, on Twitter. Steve is a visionary and open-minded person. I am always glad to have conversation with him.

I am very glad to participate in this movement. My contribution is small yet – I wrote a digest of my education related ideas in a “Rethinking Education” guest post on zyOzy blog.

Thanks Steve, thanks Twitter.

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