Who are we?
CDEC is a small, Cumbria-based charity with a big heart, an established track record and big ambitions to influence and promote global citizenship throughout Cumbria, nationally and internationally.
We are well known for providing excellent training for teachers and opportunities for schools and communities to be involved with P4C and the wide-ranging projects that we deliver.
We believe that Cumbria is a beacon for global citizenship.
Latest CDEC News
Celebrating Antarctica with the SDGs: Antarctica Day 1 December
Posted Nov 26, 2018
On 1 December we celebrate Antarctica Day and the signing of the Antarctic Treaty. Why is this day important, I hear you ask? Meryl Batchelder explains the importance of Antarctica and how we can link the day (and Antarctica) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and then use this in your secondary lessons.
Some of our Teacher CPD Courses
Thinking of Linking
This is a ‘must do’ session if your school is considering how to get the most out of an international school link.
If you want to be amongst the first to hear about our latest courses and news, including through our termly newsletter, please sign up here.
Become a Member
Whether you are an individual, school or organisation that wishes to get the most out of our global learning and citizenship expertise, joining CDEC will open the doors to expert support and resources.
- 10% off our CPD courses
- free use of our resource library
- the opportunity to take part in our unique projects
By volunteering with us, fundraising for us, or working for us, you too can help shape the breadth of our influence within Cumbria’s communities, as well as with our national and international partners!
Through donating your time and expertise, whether as volunteers or through fundraising, you are helping Cumbria to continue to be a beacon of global citizenship.