Ulrich Beck defined modern society as a risk society. The cause of this was found in modernity. It also suggested reflective modernity as an alternative to overcome the risk of modern society. Since then, this discussion has developed into a discussion of the world risk society and suggested global citizenship as an alternative to overcome this risk. The premise of global citizenship is the individual's ability to reflect. However, as the Corona 19 is spreading, fear and anxiety are emerging in the form of discrimination, violence and exclusion. This aspect is understood as the ambivalence of the individualization theme mentioned by Beck. For the positive effect of individualization, Beck raises the need for a sub-politics of social formation from the bottom, centered on autonomous citizens. But the premise of this sub-politics is citizens who have organized democratic values. In response, this paper raises the need for education for world citizens who systematize democratic values in the present situation facing global risk.