Currently, the actions of international cooperation refer mainly to the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). eduCoop provides analyses to understand the relevance of this international agenda and its impact on national policies.
Blog #09 SDG4: From International Ambitions to National Realities. The Example of Global Citizenship Education
For decades, governments in the global South, including in sub-Saharan Africa, have been officially adopting international development goals and, therefore, education goals. From 1990 to 2015, along with the Millennium Development Goals, the well-known Education for All agenda focused on the mass enrollment of students at the primary level. Although there has been clear progress in the number of students enrolled in schools worldwide, the fact that too many children and young people are out of school and lack basic literacy skills has prompted the international community to continue its efforts.