Past Events

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Together with Birds Action!

January 15 – 16, 2011
The Internet Club at Gymnasium 19 in Belarus and the Together with Birds Project invite you to participate in the action "Feed Wintering Birds" to help birds to live through the frosty winter. Read More >

Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Project Workshop

January 7 – 9, 2011
108 educators participated in a 2-day training on how to develop entrepreneurial venture ideas with their students that will benefit communities around the world. Read More >

iEARN-Palestine hosts workshop in Ramallah for deaf students, ages 13-16

January 4, 2011
Students were trained on how to start joining and working in iEARN projects. Read More >

SchoolNet/iEARN Uganda World Starts With Me (WSWM) Students Camp

December 6 – 10, 2010
50 students from 50 of the 150 schools in which the program is being implemented gathered at Gayaza High School. Read More >

iEARN teachers and students participate in Online Global Education Conference

November 15 – 20, 2010
All sessions were held in the Elluminate platform, broadcast live, and are available in recorded formats. Read More >

Mongolia Emerging Youth Leaders Workshop

November 8 – 10, 2010
Teachers from 10 schools across Mongolia will gather in Ulaanbaatar to train on community journalism and civic engagement. Read More >

High School Journalism Workshop

October 31 – November 4, 2010
Educators from five schools in Kuwait attend week-long journalism workshop facilitated by faculty from Northwestern University in Qatar. Read More >

National Adobe Youth Voices Workshop and Exhibition

October 21 – 23, 2010
70 people, including teachers and students, traveled to Cordoba from different provinces to attend the event, which was organized by iEARN-Argentina/TELAR coordinators and educators. Read More >

Non-Nuclear Peace Conference

September 22, 2010
60 students from iEARN-Egypt and the ACCESS Program, and about 15 representatives to iEARN Schools, Ministry of Culture, and E-era attend Non-Nuclear Peace Conference. Read More >