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Working Group on Education for All, 22-24 November 2000
UNESCO Fontenoy, Room XII
Provisional AGENDA
 8:30 am Registration

DAY 1:

Information sharing: Show and Tell Regional Presentations and Flagship Programme Presentations

9:30-11 am Chair: Mr Jacques Hallak, ADG/ED a.i.

9:30-10 am Opening by the Director-General of UNESCO

10-10:20 am Regional presentations (Asia) by: India, Dhaka Ahsania Mission (Bangladesh), Roshni, A Civil Society Initiative (India)

10:20-10:40 am Regional presentations (Africa) by: Senegal, Kenya, People for Action Forum (Zambia)

10:40-11 am Regional presentations (Arab States) by: Bahrain, Arab Resource Collective, ALECSO

11-11:30 am Coffee Break

11:30 am-1 pm Chair: Ms Achala Moulik, India

11:30 am-12 noon Discussion

12-12:10 pm Flagship presentation: United Nations Girls Education Initiative (UNGEI), by UNICEF (paper prepared jointly with UNESCO)

12:10-12:20 pm Flagship presentation: Early Childhood Care and Education, by the Aga Khan Foundation (paper prepared jointly with UNESCO, UNICEF, Bernard Van Leer Foundation, Save the Children Alliance)

12:20-12:40 pm Flagship presentation: HIV/AIDS, by UNICEF/IIEP (paper prepared jointly with WHO, the World Bank, USAID)

12:40-1 pm Discussion

1-2 pm Lunch

2-3 pm Chair: Mr Efrem de Aguiar Maranhão, Brazil

2-2:10 pm Flagship presentation: Focusing Resources on Effective School Health (FRESH), by WHO/UNESCO (paper prepared jointly with UNICEF and the World Bank)

2:10-2:20 pm Flagship presentation: Education in Situations of Emergency and Crisis, by UNESCO (paper prepared jointly with UNICEF and UNHCR)

2:20-2:40 pm Flagship presentation: Teachers and Quality Education, by Education International (paper prepared jointly with UNESCO and UNICEF)

2-3 pm Discussion

3-4:15 pm Chair: Mr Ali Ugur Tuncer, UNFPA

3-3:30 pm Regional presentations (Latin America and the Caribbean) by: Organization of Ibero-American States (OEI), Brazil, Asociación Brasileria de ONGs (ABONG), CARICOM

3:30-3:40 pm Presentation by Georgia

3:40-4:45 pm Discussion

4:15-4:40 pm Coffee Break

4:40-6 pm Chair: Mr Steve Packer, Department for International Development (DFID)

4:40-6 pm Special interest group on the Dakar Framework 'global initiative

6:30 pm Director-General of UNESCO's Reception


 DAY 2

Analysis and Discussion on Key Issues

9-10:45 am Chair: Ms Salome Gichura, Kenya

9-9:10 am Introduction by ADG/ED a.i .

9:15-9:30 am Linking of EFA plans with sector strategies and development objectives Paper and presentation: Maris O'Rourke, the World Bank

9:30-10 am Panel reaction: India, Action Aid Alliance, UNDP Resident Representative Mauritania

10-10:45 am Discussion

10:45-11:15 am Coffee Break

11:15 am-1 pm Chair: Mr Jean-Michel Severino, France

11:15-11:30 am Mobilizing international support for Education for All Paper and presentation: Lene Buchert, UNESCO

11:30 am-12:10 pm Panel reaction: G8, African Regional Development Bank, DFID, UNFPA

12:10-1 pm Discussion 1-2 pm Lunch

2-3:30 pm Chair: Ms Emily Vargas-Baron, USAID

2-2:15 pm Monitoring of Education for All Goals and Targets Paper and presentation: Denise Lievesley, UNESCO Institute for Statistics

2:30-3:30 pm Panel reaction: OECD, the World Bank, Brazil

3:30-4 pm Coffee Break

4-6 pm Three thematic groups to prepare recommendations on the themes: Linking of Education for All plans with sector strategies and development objectives, Mobilizing international support for Education for All, Monitoring of Education for All goals and targets.



DAY 3 p.m.

Moving Ahead

9-10:45 am Chair: Ms Marian Moltano, Save the Children Alliance

9-10 am Groups report back (20 minutes each)

10-10:45 am Fine-tuning of recommendations

10:45-11:15 am Coffee Break

11:15 am-12:30 pm Chair: Mr Jacques Hallak, ADG/ED a.i .

11:15 am-12:15 pm How do we keep the momentum? Key advocacy and communication issues

12:15-12:30 pm Conclusions by ADG/ED a.i.

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