Online konzultáció a 2015. utáni nevelésügyi célkitűzésekről az UNESCO és az UNICEF szervezésében/ Post2015 Global Consultation on Education, Co-convenors: UNICEF and UNESCO

2013. január 11.
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HU Az ENSZ milleniumi célkitűzéseinek 2015-ös záróévét követően is formálhatjuk együtt a nevelésügy célkitűzéseit, regisztráció:

EN Voice your opinion and shape the future of education! Join the Consultation by registering at

Education is the basic building block of every society. It is the single best investment countries can make towards building

prosperous, healthy and equitable societies1. Progress in education has been substantial for the last 20 years, reflecting

improvements in the expansion of educational opportunities but also in access to education. However, progress is uneven and often

too slow. Furthermore, our advances in education have not benefited everyone equally.

As the 2015 target date for achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) approaches, there are increasing debates on what

a post-2015 agenda and framework should look like. One of the themes that has been identified as a matter of particular importance

is education.

The Global Consultation on Education aims to bring together youth, civil society, NGOs, academia, Governments and private sector

to contribute their experiences and ideas on how to achieve better, wider and more equitable access to quality learning for all

around the globe. The E-consultation will provide an opportunity for a wide range of stakeholders to review progress on the

Education for All (EFA) goals and the MDGs and discuss the options to ensure that the issues around education are effectively

addressed and are in a central place in post-2015 development framework.

This is a unique opportunity for you to participate and directly contribute to open and democratic discussions with your

recommendations and suggestions. On the public, open-access discussion forum you are welcome to talk about education-related

issues that you think should be a priority in the next development agenda. We encourage you to post your ideas and thoughts as

an individual or a group and share the voices of the people, organizations or communities you represent as well as to invite other

individuals and organizations to take part. Views and comments can be posted in English or in any of the 60 languages that the

Google translator on the website supports.

Four Discussion Areas are: Equitable Access to Education Quality of Learning Global Citizenship, Skills and Jobs Governance

and Financing of Education. Each of the discussions will run for two weeks from December 2012 to February 2013. The first

discussion on Equitable Access to Education will be held from 10 December to 24 December. You are welcome to participate in any

or all of these discussions. The e-discussions will be presented in a synthesis report form at the Education Leadership Meeting in

Dakar, Senegal in February 2013. A final summary report will then feed into the High Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development

Agenda (HLP), as well as to the inter-governmental debate on the post-2015 development agenda at the 2013 UN General Assembly.

How can I participate? Add your contribution by simply clicking on the Discussion that you would like to participate in and leave

your views and ideas in the new Comment window.

You can also spread the word using #Education2015 and follow us on Twitter; review and comment on education resources on the

website; post and share your or your organization’s work related to education; blog and comment on other participants’


Join the Consultation by registering at

1 Education First, An Initiative of the United Nations Secretary General