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Share your views on Migration & Education – Consultation extended

The Consultation deadline has been extended to 31 May. Migration and education are multifaceted processes involving individuals, schools, communities, regions and countries. They invoke temporal, spatial and intergenerational dimensions. The 2019 GEM Report will enhance understanding of migration and education dynamics. It will give voice to educational challenges and opportunities ...
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Exhibitors signed up for conference

The conference exhibition area is a good place to network and meet.  We are pleased to have Routledge, Taylor & Francis , Young Lives, Bloomsbury,  Education Development Trust, Enabling Education Network (EENET), BAICE and IDDC and confirmed so  far. Cambridge Education are sponsoring the reception at New College on the evening ...
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Michele Schweisfurth introducing the meeting.

The Scottish Resource in Education and Development

UKFIET, together with the Robert Owen Centre for Educational Change at the School of Education, University of Glasgow, organised a meeting on the 27th of April 2017 to bring together ‘the Scottish resource in Education and Development’. Present were members of relevant Scottish and UK government departments, academics based at ...
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Inclusive learning and teaching: Lessons from the last two decades.

One Day Conference 28 June 9.00am - 5.00pm hosted by the REAL Centre, University of Cambridge. For the first time, global goals focus on raising learning in ways that ensures no one is left behind. This focus recognises the central role of teachers in achieving education goals. The event will ...
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Global Education Monitoring Report

Share your views to help develop the forthcoming 2019 GEM Report

The Concept note discusses the 2019 GEM Report on MIGRATION and EDUCATION, as approved by the GEM Report International Advisory Board in June 2016. Migration and education are multifaceted processes involving individuals, schools, communities, regions and countries. They invoke temporal, spatial and intergenerational dimensions. The 2019 GEM Report will enhance understanding ...
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#TeachersMatter! Celebrating teachers worldwide at the Global Education and Skills Forum

Pauline Rose reviews the recent Forum in Dubai On 18 and 19 March 2017, together with around 1,500 people from around the world, I attended the Global Education and Skills Forum in Dubai. The Forum provided an exciting platform to celebrate the importance of teachers around the world. Organised by ...
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Voices of the Next Generation -Shaping the future of education in development

Voices of the next generation is a one-day conference for education development professionals with less than ten years’ work experience in the sector. Thursday 1 June 2017, Cambridge Education offices, London It will provide a space for those at the early stage of their careers to explore how innovation has ...
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Abstract submission closed

Our call for abstracts is now closed

Our call for abstracts is now closed. Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to make a submission, we have had a tremendous response. Now the reviewing starts -  we will be confirming acceptance of abstracts for presentation in mid May ...
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Sub-themes for 2017 Conference

2017 Conference Theme – Learning and Teaching for Sustainable Development: Curriculum, Cognition and Context

What is taught and learned form the backbone of education’s contribution to sustainable development. It is through the construction of curricula that knowledge, skills, attitudes and values are prioritised and become the basis for teaching. Crucial here too is the rise of attention to what individuals and communities value in ...
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Your chance to comment on the first draft of the International Panel of Social Progress (IPSP), “Rethinking Society for the 21st Century”,

The first draft of the report of the International Panel of Social Progress (IPSP), "Rethinking Society for the 21st Century", is now out! We welcome comments on the online platform  https://comment.ipsp.org/ Please comment, circulate and advertise widely. The report is a product of a two-year international initiative. It is the ...
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