Generation Global Launches Free Online Environment to Explore Cultural Differences

Generation Global, an education non-profit created for students ages 12–17, today announced its relaunch into the U.S. as Generation Global, an initiative of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation.
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Generation Global, an education non-profit created for students ages 12–17, today announced its relaunch into the U.S. as Generation Global, an initiative of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation.

With Generation Global’s complimentaryplatform and curriculum, American students learn alongside students from around the world. Learning from (and teaching) their peers from different cultures allows students to develop the skills they need to navigate diversity and have meaningful dialogue with people of different cultures.

Using the online learning community, teachers can group their students into structured conversations with other young people around the world.

Generation Global is accessible on any device, including mobile phones, iPads, and Chromebooks.

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