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This book outlines tow case studies - Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Formerly Zaire) - on education for refugees fleeing the genocide in Rwanda. It investigates the often difficult process of establishing education programmes aga ...
Report of a consultation, 4 to 6 March 2003, Kigali, Rwanda
U N E S C O convened a consultation on HIV/AIDS and education from 4 to 6 March 2003 in Kigali, Rwanda. The consultation was hosted by the Kigali Institute of Science, Technology and Management (KIST). It brought together senior officials from the fo ...
IIEP / UNESCO - KRIVET International Policy Seminar, Seoul, 24 -26 June 2003
Final Report 11 -13 December 2002
The purpose of the meeting as follows: * strengthen mutual collaboration among Arab States and UNEVOC in developing and planning TVET projects * identify priorities of collaboration and suggest new TVET projects * prepare proposals on TVET deve ...
The objectives of this seminar, organised by UNESCO in collaboration with the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), with the participation of the ILO, were to: familiarise high-level national education policymakers from participating countri ...
Towards an Opening Learning World
It introduces the history and missions of UNESCO Institute for Education
50 Jahre UNESCO-Institut fuer Paedagogik
Neue „Metaphysik“ betriebswirtschaftlich managerialen Denkens Ulrich Bröckling: „Hegemonie des managerialen Denkens in nahezu allen Lebensbereichen“ inzwischen werden „nicht nur Wirtschaftsunternehmen gemanagt, sondern auch die Karriere ...
New roles and Challenges for Guidance and Counselling
This outline review of issues for the UNESCO TVET strategy covers the crucial normative dimension of skills, capacities and qualifications; the role of new upstream policy analytic work on skills development; the concerns with capacity, critical ma ...
et up by their respective governments in accordance with the Article VII of the UNESCO Constitution, the National Commissions operate, on a permanent basis, for the purpose of associating their governmental and non-governmental bodies in education, s ...
The UN Inter-Agency Working Group on Gender and Development, 2002. Data and recommended approaches to access impact of intervention on poverty and empowerment through rural micro-financing in India.
UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet) - For promoting education for peace, human rights, democracy and international understanding
List of Participating Institutions by Region 2002
EDUCATION : Administration and Management, Planning and Policy, Finance and Budgeting, Educational Management Information Systems and Statistics
Directory of Training Institutes in Asia and the Pacific
China, the People's Democratic Republic of Korea and Mongolia - National Case Studies
50 ans Institut de l'UNESCO pour l'Education
Booklet about 50 years of the UNESCO Institute of Education (now UNESCO Institute of Lifelong Learning).
Provision patterns and policy issues
(New trends in technical and vocational education)
This publication attempts to map out the dynamics of private training provision in sub-Saharan Africa and to discuss the policy implications for governments. It does not provide final conclusions, since this is an area which still deserves further in ...
Contributing to peace and human develeopment in an era of globalization through education, the sciences, culture and communication
The present paper is an attempt to understand the complex issues involved in rebuilding educational systems in post-conflict settings and to draw a framework for intervention programmes aimed at supporting educational reconstruction efforts.
The purpose of this paper is to offer practical guidelines to those interested in collecting accurate and useful information about early childhood services in a particular country or region. The guidelines presented focus on two areas of particular ...
Technology - Curriculum - Cost - Evaluation
The Guidelines set forth in this document are intended for use principally by senior and middle-management education officers in Education Ministries and teacher training institutions who are daily called upon to make hard choices in how to expand ...
2002 edition including texts and amendments adopted by the General Conference at its 31st session (Paris, 2001)
Beirut, Lebanon, 11-13 December 2002 - Final Report
Report of Workshop on TVET Project Development in the Arab States The UNESCO Regional Office for Education in the Arab States Beirut and the UNESCO International Centre for Technical and Vocational Educational and Training (UNESCO-UNEVOC Inte ...
This is a report on early childhood care and education (ECCE) and other family support policies and programs1 in seven ASEAN countries. It draws primarily on background country reports prepared by officials in these countries for submission to a sub ...
Most recent edition (sixth ed., 2nd rev., 2007)
The UNESCO-IBE Education Thesaurus is an important indexing tool in the education field. Its descriptors are used for indexing materials in the electronic catalogue IBEDOCS, and the Thesaurus is the principal tool in many educational documentation ce ...
Education is not only a human right – it is the critical factor that links all the items on the international development agenda: reducing poverty, promoting health, sharing technology, protecting the environment, advancing gender equality, extendi ...
The paper illustrates UNESCO-CEPES's strategies for the futher development of higher education in Southeast Europe.
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