#07 Reactions to COVID-19 from international cooperation in education: Between continuities and unexpected changes
#07 Reactions to COVID-19 from international cooperation in education: Between continuities and unexpected changes Author: Thibaut Lauwerier This article is based on the data available prior to publication. As the topic is highly evolving, we may need to update the article at a later date. Since March 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic spread beyond China’s […]
#06 Global Partnership for Education: An alternative to the isolated actions of international cooperation agencies?
#06 Global Partnership for Education: An alternative to the isolated actions of international cooperation agencies? Author: Thibaut Lauwerier We wanted to dedicate our second blog article on international cooperation in education to the Global Partnership for Education, an institution that has grown considerably in recent years, actively mobilizing heads of state such as E. Macron […]
Thus, the institution has reinvented itself over time and self-identifies as a “knowledge bank”, increasingly acting as a global policy adviser to national governments and positioning itself as a powerful think tank among all aid agencies. From this point of view, it claims, on the basis of its analyses, to know not only what is […]
#02 Why are international cooperation organizations so interested in education? Author: Thibaut Lauwerier Précédent Suivant The discourse in the recent Incheon Declaration, initiated by major international organizations and focusing on international educational goals by 2030, also indicates this idea of education for change: « Our vision is to transform lives through education, recognizing the important role […]