Education Policy Matters! (Template2)

March 2013 | Issue 14 | UNESCO Bangkok

November has been packed with activities from the 16th APEID International Conference "The Heart of Education: Learning to Live Together" to the regional high-level expert meeting, “Beyond 2015: Rethinking Learning  in a Changing World” to Youth Peace Ambassador Training Workshops.  In fact, youth feature prominently this month through our regional film/article contest "Better Learning, Better Life!”  As we revisit the 1996 Delors Report “Learning: the Treasure Within”,

Highlight: Learning to Live Together Tomorrow

» Findings from a Desk Review on Learning to Live Together more
Learning to Live Together desk study unveiled! We reviewed 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region and analysed how their education systems promote learning to live together in policy documents and learning to live together in policy documents too.

» Findings from a Desk Review on Learning to Live Together more
Learning to Live Together desk study unveiled! We reviewed 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region and analysed how their education systems promote learning to live together in policy documents and learning to live together in policy documents too.

» Findings from a Desk Review on Learning to Live Together more
Learning to Live Together desk study unveiled! We reviewed 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region and analysed how their education systems promote learning to live together in policy documents and learning to live together in policy documents too.

News and Events

» Findings from a Desk Review on Learning to Live Together more
Learning to Live Together desk study unveiled! We reviewed 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region and analysed how their education systems promote learning to live together in policy documents and learning to live together in policy documents too.

» Findings from a Desk Review on Learning to Live Together more
Learning to Live Together desk study unveiled! We reviewed 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region and analysed how their education systems promote learning to live together in policy documents and learning to live together in policy documents too.

» Findings from a Desk Review on Learning to Live Together more
Learning to Live Together desk study unveiled! We reviewed 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region and analysed how their education systems promote learning to live together in policy documents and learning to live together in policy documents too.

» Findings from a Desk Review on Learning to Live Together more
Learning to Live Together desk study unveiled! We reviewed 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region and analysed how their education systems promote learning to live together in policy documents and learning to live together in policy documents too.

» Findings from a Desk Review on Learning to Live Together more
Learning to Live Together desk study unveiled! We reviewed 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region and analysed how their education systems promote learning to live together in policy documents and learning to live together in policy documents too.

» Findings from a Desk Review on Learning to Live Together more
Learning to Live Together desk study unveiled! We reviewed 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region and analysed how their education systems promote learning to live together in policy documents and learning to live together in policy documents too.

» Findings from a Desk Review on Learning to Live Together more
Learning to Live Together desk study unveiled! We reviewed 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region and analysed how their education systems promote learning to live together in policy documents and learning to live together in policy documents too.

 

Food for Thought


The students from Lopez National Comprehensive High School in the Philippines share their thoughts on the future of learning in "'Learning out of the Board and Beyond' » more 


Publications


This Report provides foundational ideas, principles and directions for rethinking education.» more


This publication is prepared by Education Above All in response to the UN call for education for “Global Citizenship.”» more


This book provides guidance in planning, carrying out and learning from the evaluation of peace-building activities.»more

Online Resources

• EPR Resources
• Education System Profiles
• INESM
• NESPAP e-Resources
 Global Employment Trends

Our Networks

UNESCO encourages you to keep connected through: 

• UNESCO-Linked in
• UNESCO-Education in AP
UNESCO Youth Activities
VSO International 
• World Education Blog


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