Global Learning Programme

GLP Partners

The Global Learning Programme is being delivered by the Development Education Consortium, which brings together a team of organisations with complementary experience in supporting development education, the wider development sector and peer-led CPD for schools. These are listed below. The Global Learning Programme is funded by the UK government.


Pearson UK brings together leading names in education to provide a blend of content, curricula, assessment, training and information systems to make learning more engaging and effective. We believe in every kind of learning, for all kinds of people, wherever they are in the world.
Geographical Association

The Geographical Association (GA) is a leading subject association for all teachers of geography with a large and active membership, and the charitable objective of furthering geographical knowledge and understanding through education. We support teachers, students, tutors and academics at all levels of education through journals, publications, training events, projects, our website and by lobbying government about the importance of geography.

The Development Education Research Centre within the Institute of Education, University of London was established in 2006 with funding from the Department for International Development (DFID) to act as the hub for knowledge generation, new thinking and quality output on development education.

With over 50 years' experience working with schools, Oxfam Education offers a range of support to promote active global citizenship with young people.
Royal Geographical Society

The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) is the learned society and professional body for geographers supporting research, education, expeditions and fieldwork and informed understanding and enjoyment of our world.

SSAT (The Schools Network) Ltd is an independent, membership organisation committed to inspiring innovation and improvement in schools.
Think Global

Think Global is a charity that works to educate and engage people about global issues. Think Global runs the Global Dimension website and hosts a network of 8,000 UK teachers who are inspired to bring the world into their classrooms. Think Global manages the GLP-E website on behalf of the Global Learning Programme.