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EPR Partnerships

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A number of EPR's programme activities are conducted in partnership with national governments, research institutions and organizations from across the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.   

These partnerships help us to conduct analytical work, build our knowledge base and organize seminars across a range of topics, providing a platform for Member States to share experiences, best practices and lessons learned. Through these partnerships, we work to further strengthen the exchange of knowledge and information in education so as to help inform policy and reform of education systems here in the Asia-Pacific.  

Activities in 2012

  • ERI-Net Seminar 2012 (Bangkok, Thailand 30-31 July 2012)

    ERI-Net Members discussed the findings of two regional studies, conducted since 2011, on: (1) public private partnership in higher education and TVET, and (2) the question of youth employment – innovative approaches to human resource development.

  • UNESCO-KEDI Annual Regional Seminar 2012 (Bangkok, Thailand; 10-12 July 2012)

    UNESCO’s Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education in co-operation with the Korean Educational Development Institute (KEDI), hosted annual policy seminars to discuss key issues affecting educational development in the region.The 2012 seminar looked at the implications for education policy-making of the rise of migration and mobility in the Asia-Pacific region. 

  • Towards EFA 2015 and Beyond - Shaping a New Vision for Education (Bangkok, Thailand; 9-11 May 2012)

    UNESCO’s Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, in co-operation with the Korean National Commission for UNESCO and UNICEF Regional Offices, held a high level regional expert meeting on the post-2015 education agenda for the region. The meeting brought together renowned regional experts and professionals in education policy and research. 

  • E-library on National Education Systems and Policies in the Asia‑Pacific Region (NESPAP)

    The NESPAP e-Library is a specialized online database providing access to a wide range of information, publications, documents and resource materials on national education systems to support the work of policy‑makers and other stakeholders, specifically in the Asia-Pacific region.