Think Global has a wide network of members who can provide help and support for teachers, youth workers and others involved in providing global learning at local and/or national levels.
Teachers and educationalists can sign up to be part of the free Think Global Schools Network and receive The Globe, our free, twice-termly newsletter to update you about new features and resources on the Global Dimension Website.
Support is provided through DECs (Development Education Centres) which form a network of independent centres working directly with schools, youth projects and the local community. A number of Think Global's other member organisations also work locally on global learning see Local support to find a member near you.
A wide range of national NGOs working in the education, international development, environmental and other fields are Think Global members and provide varying levels of support, resources, speakers and ideas for educators.
We are part of range of other networks for those working in higher education and other educational areas.
We have also sister organisations in Scotland, Wales and Ireland, and are part of a wider cross-European global learning network. We link to global learning charities in other countries across the world, including Japan and Australia.