Tag Archives: Unesco Beirut

UNESCO Beirut and the Regional Center for Educational Planning initiate a regional dialogue on the Future of Education after COVID-19 in presence of UAE Minister of Education

UNESCO Beirut and the Regional Center for Educational Planning initiate a regional dialogue on the Future of Education after COVID-19 in presence of UAE Minister of Education

The current global pandemic has changed anticipated futures across the globe. The COVID-19 crisis is both world-shattering and world-making as there is a widely shared sense that humanity is at a defining moment for rethinking the future. While a reflection on probable/anticipated and possible/alternative futures is well underway within UNESCO’s Futures of Education: Learning to

UNESCO Beirut supports the Center for Educational, Research and Development through a train of trainers’ online workshop on “Learning to Teach Online”

Beirut, 20 May 2020 – The COVID-19 outbreak has translated into a major education crisis, causing school closure worldwide and disruption of regular education services.  In the Arab region, where 13 million children and youth are already out-of-school due to conflict, an additional 100 million learners are now affected by school interruption. While many Arab

UNESCO Beirut kicks-off the Arab-Africa Inter-Regional workshop and TTF focal points meeting on : “Aligning Curriculum/Learning, Teacher Policies and Practices, and Assessment (ED-ALIGN)”

Beirut, 17 June 2019 – In the context of UNESCO’s support to its Member States in implementing Education Agenda 2030, and under the patronage of Lebanon’s Minister of Education Mr Akram Chehayeb, UNESCO’s Regional Office for Education in the Arab States (UNESCO Beirut) launched today a 3-day Arab-Africa Inter-Regional workshop and Teacher Task Force (TTF)

UNESCO Beirut

Director of UNESCO’s Regional Bureau for Education in the Arab States Dr Hamed Al-Hamami calls on educational partners to commit to inclusive education and to prevent any form of discrimination while promoting equality in educational opportunities On the occasion of the Global Action Week for Education 2019 (24 April to 1 May) and in the

Top