UNESCO | Education - January 2012
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Education Sector Newsletter
 
  January 2012  
Interview of the month


“The mobile phone is often called the computer of Africa ”

Stephane Boyera, lead program manager at the World Wide Web Foundation, aims to use technology to empower marginalized populations as well as providing essential services such as education. He spoke to EduInfo during UNESCO’s first Mobile Learning Week in December 2011.

Read the interview

Roundup

Teaching respect for all

Education World Forum Highlights Keys to Success avec World Education Forum Stresses Public-Private Collaboration

Blog - Education for All: Three New Year’s wishes

UNESCO equips Afghan police with literacy skills

UNESCO Mobile Learning Week produces tangible results

2011 - The year in education

Seizing the Day: UNESCO in 2012

Yoza Cellphone Stories - getting South African teenagers reading

Review of technical and vocational education in Africa

« We teach 40,000 children a year about the Holocaust »

Teaching the Holocaust in primary schools

EFA Crowdsourcing Challenge on Literacy: and the winning app is…

UNESCO shares sustainability success stories in Doha

Celebrating the right to education

‘Posters for Tomorrow’ exhibition promotes the right to education

Creativity and entrepreneurship at UNESCO-APEID Conference

Coming up

31 January: New International Perspectives on Holocaust Education

Selected Publications More Publications

Sustainability of community learning centres: community ownership and support; Asia-Pacific regional action research studies

Creating and sustaining literate environments

The Quantitative impact of conflict on education

Higher linguistic education from the perspective of reforms: new approaches, prospects, and challenges

Debt swaps and debt conversion development bonds for education: final report for UNESCO Advisory Panel of Experts on Debt Swaps and Innovative Approaches to Education Financing

Interregional and regional perspectives on inclusive education: follow-up of the 48th session of the International Conference on Education

New World data on education: Albania - Belarus -  Bosnia and Herzegovina - BulgariaCroatia - Estonia -  LatviaLithuania - The Former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaRepublic of MoldovaMontenegro - Russian Federation -  Serbia   Slovenia -   Ukraine  

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