Celebrating the International Day of Education : New Narratives for Learning in the 21st Century. Part 2

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Celebrating learning and echoing the recently published UNESCO report “Rethinking our futures together: a new social contract for education”, this roundtable brings together emblematic actors from civil society and the world of education to share their perspectives on what education could and should be in the 21st century. 

In light of all the challenges we currently face, how can we build more inclusive and forward-looking collective narratives around learning that allow everyone to better take care of themselves, others and the planet? How can we build together a learning society that is better able to solve the complex challenges that are emerging? What are the core priorities for reinventing learning throughout life and some concrete actions that should be implemented in the near future?

Founder and Director, Foundation for Girls Leadership (F4GL)
Executive Director, Escuela Nueva Foundation
Senior Director Global Partnerships, Arizona State University
Delegate of the French Government to the ILO’s Governing Body, as well as the Labour & Employment Task Officer to the G7 and G20. She currently chairs the Global Partnership against Child labour, Forced labour, Human trafficking and Modern Slavery (Alliance 8.7)
CEO and Board Co Chair of the National Center on Education and the Economy
Youth Council Member, Learning Planet and Youth Activist, Girl Up
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