Video Archive

The videos on this page include coverage of official events and presentations related to the EFA Global Monitoring Report, interviews that elucidate the Report’s findings, and film clips illustrating the Report’s special themes.

A player may be required to view some of the video files. You can download these free players at: Windows media player (WMV) | Real player (RM)

 

2012 - Youth and skills: Putting education to work

2010 - Reaching the marginalized

Other documentaries

Interviews

  • English - Kevin Watkins, Director, EFA Global Monitoring Report 2010
  • French - Florence Migeon, Program Specialist, Division for the Promotion of Basic Education, UNESCO
  • Spanish - Carmen Piñán, Program Specialist, Division of Higher Education, UNESCO
  • Chinese - Qian Tang, Assistant Director- General for Education a.i, UNESCO
  • Russian - Alexandre Sannikov, Chief of Section for Liaison with Institutes, Field Offices and External Partners, Education Sector, UNESCO

2009 - Overcoming inequality: why governance matters

Interviews [WMV]

  • English - Kevin Watkins, Director, EFA Global Monitoring Report 2009
  • French - Nicole Bella, EFA Global Monitoring Report team, Policy Analyst
  • Spanish - Mariela Buonomo, EFA Global Monitoring Report team, Research officer
  • Arabic - Abdel Moneim Osman, Director of the UNESCO regional bureau for education in the Arab States
  • Chinese - Qian Tang, Deputy Assistant Director-General for education, UNESCO
  • Russian - Alexandre Sannikov, UNESCO regional education adviser for Europe

Other worthwhile videos

  • One childhood” - a documentary about how schools and schoolteachers in Eritrea are part of the campaign to improve children’s health.

2008 - Education for All by 2015 Will we make it?

Public service announcement [WMV]

Key messages in 6 languages
Presented in question and answer form, listen to the key messages from the 2008 EFA Global Monitoring Report. In six languages: English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese and Russian [WMV]

2007 and earlier

  • 2007 Global Monitoring Report Launch (RM - 2:28)
    Early childhood care and education make a real and lasting difference in children’s lives, says this year’s ‘Education for All Global Monitoring Report’, released by UNESCO and launched at UNICEF headquarters in New York.
  • Carribean Launch of EFA Global monitoring Report 2007 (WMV)
    More than 200 persons, including children, from five countries participated in the Caribbean launch of the 2007 EFA Global Monitoring Report held on December 6 in Kingston, Jamaica. Organized by the UNESCO Office for the Caribbean in partnership with the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat, the event brought together a diverse array of stakeholders from more than 50 organizations engaged in early childhood care and education.
  • Inderjit Khurana of the Ruchika Social Service Organization (RM - 1:58)
    Inderjit Khurana of the Ruchika Social Service Organization in India talks about providing education to children in slum areas.
  • Video message of Chilean Education Minister Yasna Provoste (RM - 1:12)
    Chilean Education Minister Yasna Provoste discusses her country’s success in early childhood development. (Spanish)
  • Video message of President Michelle Bachelet, Chile (WMV - 7:14)
    During the launch ceremony, Chile’s President Michelle Bachelet delivered a video message on her country’s commitment to early childhood development.

And also

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