Other words about migration: Global Education, border thinking and creative practices


the context of Agenda 2030 and within the debate opened by intercultural and decolonial education studies, the article aims to critically discuss the phenomenon of migration through the perspective of Global Education, by deconstructing dominant power relations and divisive narratives and semantic sedimentations. Outlining educational and training pathways address to all citizens, this pedagogy can promote a culture of hospitality, diversity and peace and find strength and movement in the development of border thinking that, on the basis of epistemic disobedience, invites to consider multiple points of view, including those who are usually on the margins. On this ground, it is possible to found a planetary eco-social responsibility and new forms of equitable, sustainable and plural conviviality and social solidarity.