GCE/EOL Webinar: Perspectives on the UNESCO Global Education Monitoring Report
On March 21st, Global Campaign for Education and Education Out Loud hosted a joint learning webinar on Perspectives on the UNESCO GEM Report on Non-State Actors in Education.
If you missed it you can see a recording of the webinar at YouTube. Enjoy!
About the webinar:
The purpose of the GEM Report Learning Webinar will be to engage GCE members, partners and other stakeholders around the report and the critical messages on the important role of non-state actors in education. The webinar will incorporate learnings from the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER), Street Child and other researchers, GCE coalitions and members of the GEM report team.
Meeting opening and context setting: Refaat Sabbah | GCE President / Imad Sabi | EOL
Part 1: Overview of the GEM report and GCE perspectives
- Overview of the GEM Report: Manos Antoninis | GEM Director | UNESCO
- Q&A / Discussion
- NFER research on civil society engagement with the issue non-state actors in education: Katarzyna Kubacka | National Foundation for Education Research (NFER)
- Regional perspectives from GCE coalitions
Part 2: Other Perspectives on the GEM Report
- Through the lens of the Abidjan Principles: Delphine Dorsi | Right to Education
- Through the lens of Education in Emergencies: Zeena Zakharia, Francine Menashy | University of Maryland, Brock University / Ramya Madhavan | Street Child
- Through the lens of Human Rights Accountability: Gamze Erdem Turkelli | University of Antwerp
- Closing remarks
Register here if you wish to participate in the webinar.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.