Internationalization In Basic Education: An Analysis From UNESCO


  • Antonio M. Martinez, Institute of Genetics, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico Author


This article aims to present reflections regarding the process of Internationalization in Basic Education in light of the influences of UNESCO. It is characterized as a qualitative and documentary work, which does not carry out a reflective analysis, in order to establish conceptual frameworks for Internationalization in Basic Education. These frameworks are built from the inter-relationship between Internationalization in Basic Education and Education for Global Citizenship and Sustainable Development, from reflections on the preservation of national identity, interculturality and the identification of the presence of Internationalization processes in Education Basic.  The results suggest that, by expanding for all students the opportunity of a training that privileges international and intercultural perspectives in Basic Education curricula, Internationalization can serve as a means of promoting common values ​​and harmonious coexistence between different peoples and cultures. It can also contribute to sustainable global development, marked by democratic coexistence, respect, solidarity and cooperation for the practice of socially responsible citizenship.


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Internationalization In Basic Education: An Analysis From UNESCO. (2023). Multidisciplinary Journal of Management, Economics, and Accounting, 9(1).