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Az UNESCO Nevelésügyi szekciójának negyedéves hírlevele/ Education Sector Newsletter April-June 2012

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Az UNESCO Nevelésügyi szekciójának negyedéves hírlevelének kiemelt témái: a fenntarthtó fejlődésre nevelés megjelenése kormányzati stratégiákban; lassul az oktatáshoz való hozzáférés Afrikában; az új UNESCO eAtlasz segíti a tájékozódást a szükséges adatok megszerzésében / Education Sector Newsletter April-June 2012 focuses on: Education for sustainability: governments get the message; Slowdown in access to education in Africa; New UNESCO eAtlas series makes it easy to visualize data on key issues.


 

Interview of the month


 

 

 



Greg Selinger, Premier Minister of Manitoba and champion of education for sustainable development
“We believe ESD will help us move towards our goal of being one of the most sustainable places to live on earth.”

A panelist at the UNESCO side-event “Educating for a Sustainable Future” at Rio+20
Greg Selinger, Premier of Manitoba, is a prominent champion of education for sustainable development (ESD).

In Canada, legal responsibility for education is granted to the provinces. Manitoba is currently the only province in Canada which has sustainable development as part of the Education Department’s mission and vision statement. This has a direct impact on over 200,000 students and their families. The Manitoba ESD initiative is linked to the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (DESD), which UNESCO leads. Read the interview


 

Roundup


Education for sustainability: governments get the message

Slowdown in access to education in Africa

New UNESCO eAtlas series makes it easy to visualize data on key issues.

Too many pupils, too few teachers weaken education in Africa

Global Action Week: UNESCO gets the Big Picture

UNESCO global partnership for girls’ and women’s education

Lobbying for literacy for 60 years

International TVET congress: Shanghai Consensus

Confronting homophobic bullying in school

Learning in a book-poor, mobile-rich world

The globalization of Holocaust education

Nepal, South Africa and Venezuela to receive UNESCO-Hamdan education prize

Coming up


20-22 July: World Open Educational Resources (OER) Congress

21 June: Educating for a sustainable future: UNESCO side-event at Rio+20 on Education for Sustainable Development

2-3 July: Consultative Workshop for Policy Guidelines for Mobile Learning

10-11 July: Review of the Nairobi Recommendation on the Development of Adult Education

11-13 July: CapEFA Regional Consultation Meeting for Educational Planning and Management Training Network in the Arab States

6-7 September: Reaching the 2015 Literacy Target: Delivering on the Promise! - High-Level International Round table on Literacy

24-26 October: 6th Meeting of the Collective Consultation of NGOs on EFA

9-10 November: Ninth E-9 Ministerial Review Meeting

Selected Resources


More Publications


Publications

UNESCO Working Paper Series on Mobile Learning

Education for sustainable development: sourcebook

Good policy and practice in HIV and health education, booklet 8: Education sector responses to homophobic bullying

Challenges in basic mathematics education

Videos

Climate Change Education in a Nutshell

New UNESCO videos honour work, skills and craftsmanship


 

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