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can-education-contribute-to-peace
The paper questions the common assumption that education promotes peace. By referring to pedagogic routines and the political culture of nationalism, the paper indicates the nature of reforms education requires for contributing to peace.
UNESCO
2018
policynote
The policy statements made here target systemic level changes that need to happen for learning assessments to be entrenched as partand parcel of the education system within and between countries working with ADEA.
ADEA
2018
policypalm
The palm oil industry in Liberia is growing and evolving into a major sector that is capable of driving economic growth and industrialization.
ADEA & WGEMPS
2017
plan-daction
Le document traite respectivement des actions à mettre en œuvre, du coût et du financement du plan, de la stratégie de mise en œuvre et du suivi-évaluation du plan d'action malien.
ADEA
2017
ict
Repport of the 2016 Ministerial Forum established by ADEA, AfDB, UNESCO and their partners presenting a regional political mechanism for dialogue.
ADEA
2016
nala
The Learning metrics Task Force conducted a broad global consultation and came to a consensus on a global framework oflearning domains and measurement areas for global tracking.
ADEA & Network for African Learning Assessments
2015
screen-shot-2018-11-20-at-114827-am
An analysis and plan of action to respond to refugees entering Nigeria from Cameroon.
UNHCR
2018
screen-shot-2018-11-20-at-113534-am
The 2019 GEM Report continues its assessment of progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) on education and its ten targets, as well as other related education targets in the SDG agenda. Its main focus is on the theme of migration.
UNESCO
2018