Monthly Archives: June 2015

What’s Missing from the Education SDG Debate?

By David Levesque.  Independent Education Consultant So much fine sounding rhetoric, but no sense of prioritisation in an age of limited resources. The texts so far read like UN rights declarations. So much is needed, all areas are equally important, … Continue reading

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The World Education Forum (WEF) at Incheon: What Reflections, Memories, Legacy?

By Kenneth King, Editor NORRAG News. It’s almost exactly a month since Incheon, and it’s perhaps appropriate to consider what is the enduring legacy from this huge investment of time, thought and resources, especially by South Korea but also UNESCO. … Continue reading

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Why the World Needs a Global Fund for Education

By Chandrika Bahadur and Guido Schmidt-Traub, Sustainable Development Solutions Network, Paris and New Dehli. A high-quality education is the human right of every child. This right is enshrined in the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and forms the center … Continue reading

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Building Consensus towards an Indicator Framework to Monitor Education Beyond 2015

By Albert Motivans, UNESCO Institute for Statistics. A proposal for thematic indicators presented at the World Education Forum At the World Education Forum (WEF) recently held in Incheon, Korea, the global education community came together to discuss goals and targets … Continue reading

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