Carla Sabbatini is a PhD candidate and holds a Masters’ Degree in Education from Universidad de San Andrés (UdeSA), where she is Executive Director of the UNESCO Chair on Education for Sustainability and Global Citizenship. As such, she leads several cross-sector projects aimed at educational capacity development for decision makers and educators in Argentina and Latin America. She actively forges partnerships for multi-stakeholder knowledge-sharing initiatives aimed at contributing to a broader understanding of sustainability and global citizenship challenges. Her current research focuses on youth engagement in Sustainable Development, particularly in Climate Action initiatives. She lectures at UdeSA’s School of Education Masters’ Programme and other post-graduate courses. She has over two decades’ experience as a teacher trainer and she has worked in public administration as well as the private education sector and NGOs, and she is also a consultant for international agencies. Among her publications, she has co-authored two books on Education for Sustainability and also school leadership towards improvement.
International Symposium on Democracy, Global Citizenship and Transformative Education
Dialogue & Emancipation