On October 17 in Brussels, the Global Partnership for Education, Finland and the European Union will bring together representatives of European Union member states and other international agencies working on education to discuss ways to leverage EU resources to end the global education crisis.
The Global Partnership for Education will host the next session in the GPE webinar series on Tuesday, October 15, to strengthen participants' knowledge of key issues related to early childhood education (ECE) in order to better inform decision-making, planning and program implementation.
The Center for Universal Education (CUE) at Brookings Institution organizes its annual symposium on “Girls’ education research and policy” on October 15, 2019
This regional constituency meeting will take place in Uzbekistan and gather representatives of Eastern Europe, Middle East and Central Asia.
The 2019 edition of the Mobiles for Education Alliance (mEducation Alliance) symposium will take place on October 9-11 under the theme: Digitial Literacy and Skills for Education and Development.
Grants and Performance Committee call. September 2019
The next GPE webinar will discuss how to shape children’s ideas around gender roles and practices, both in and out of the classroom.
Join the Global Partnership for Education for a reception event "Innovating for Education: Accelerating progress towards SDG 4" during the UN General Assembly 2019. The event will highlight the importance and impact of fostering innovation in the education sector to deliver results for SDG 4.
The 13th Language and Development Conference (LDC) and the 6th Multilingual Education Conference will address the important issues of language, human mobility, multilingual education and development in a single event in Bangkok on September 24-26, 2019.
The 2019 UKFIET conference will be held on September 17-19 and will explore the common fallacies regarding the development of inclusive education systems, and how global and national finances can be mobilized in effective ways to enable necessary reforms to take place.