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Name of UNESCO Co-ordinator:
Mrs Ana Luiza Machado, Director

Address: UNESCO Santiago
Oficina Regional de Educación para America Latina y el Caribe
Enrique Delpiano 2058 Providencia,
Casil. 3187 Santiago, Chile
Tel: 56 2 47 24 600
Fax: 56 2 655 1046/1047
Email: uzuazo@unesco.cl and pportales@unesco.cl
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Education for All in Latin America and the Caribbean is coordinated
through a variety of regional forums
:


>>> Foro Regional de Educación para Todos en America Latina (Regional Forum for EFA Latin America)

This regional forum provides a space for discussion and information exchange between the different education actors in Latin America. Its aim is to contribute to reinforcing the national education plans to achieve the six Dakar goals.

>>> Red Latinoamericana de Formación Docente (The Latin American Network for Teacher Training)

The aim of this network is to develop a strategy for collaboration between universities, education faculties, pedagogical institutions and teacher training colleges through exchange of information, publications and knowledge as well as the design and execution of joint projects.

>>> Red de Innovaciones Educativas, INNOVEMOS (The Educational Innovations Network)

Launched in 2001, INNOVEMOS is an interactive and permanent forum for reflection and information exchange in the realm of educational innovations. Its aim: to contribute to the improvement of quality and equity in education.

>>> Red de Liderazgo Escolar (The Network of School Leaders)

This network aims to reinforce the technical and institutional leadership capacity of directors of educational centres and school directors. It involves 15 countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Colombia, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Spain, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Venezuela.


>>> BOOKLET ON EDUCATION FOR ALL IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEANEducation for All: Sharing Challenges, Multiplying Results Booklet on Education for All
in Latin America and the Caribbean English / Spanish / Portuguese


 

 

 

>>> Also visit UNESCO's Regional Project for Education in Latin America and the Caribbean (PRELAC)