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‘PEAS programme, Uganda’

The potential of public-private partnerships (PPPs) to improve access to and quality of education while supporting system strengthening: PEAS’ Uganda PPP experience

This is a blog written by Libby Hills, Head of Education at PEAS. At the recent ‘Voices of the next generation: Shaping the future of education in development’ conference in London on 1st June 2017, Libby co-delivered a session on PPPs with James O’Donoghue from Ark’s Education Partnership Group. Ark’s Education Partnerships Group supports governments […]

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Why Does Play Matter?

This blog is written by Marie Adeyemi, Founder and Managing Director of Dream Networks about a workshop session which formed part of the recent Voices of the Next Generation: Shaping the Future of Education in Development conference in London on the 1st June 2017. On Thursday, a group of adults from varied professional backgrounds dived […]

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‘What’s the use of education?’

Keynote Lecture to  Launch a New Centre Delivered by Professor Amartya Sen, Thomas W. Lamont University Professor, and Professor of Economics and Philosophy at Harvard University, and Nobel Laureate in Economics. Thursday 15 June 2017, 17:00 – 19:00. Logan Hall, UCL Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL. See here for more information

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Ingredients for Success – from Voices of the Next Generation Conference

Three  ingredients for success: 1. Include youth – they can tell you what they want 2. Invest in data – build the long-term evidence base. Systematic learning and collaboration is crucial 3. Embrace technology – it is not the panacea but has huge transformative potential Catherine Gladwell, Director, Refugee Support Network speaking at the Voices of […]

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Reception sponsor

The Conference Committee are very pleased to announce that Cambridge Education will be sponsoring the drinks reception open to all conference delegates on the evening of 5 September. The occasion is an excellent way to continue conversations and make new connections over refreshments before dinner.

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