UNESCO and partners host innovative knowledge hub for achieving equitable education
The UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education and partners have jointly launched the Equitable Education Hub, an open-access knowledge platform for achieving equity in education in Asia-Pacific.
The Equitable Education Hub is developed by the UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education (UNESCO Bangkok) in collaboration with Equitable Education Fund (EEF) of Thailand, UNICEF East Asia and Pacific Regional Office (UNICEF EAPRO), UNICEF Thailand, Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO), and Save the Children.
The platform contains information on fundamental topics related to equitable education (Knowledge tab), including applicable models, practices, and resources for professionals; Educators and Education Leaders (Toolboxes tab), learning opportunities (Online Courses and Videos tab), and events and information pertaining to Equitable Education Alliance, a community of practitioners associated with organizations working with equity and inclusion solutions for education.
We hope to collaborate with you, so if you have tools for toolboxes, events to be shared, job openings, practical research cases, best practices or news to share, don’t hesitate to be in touch through our Equity Ed Hub website!
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To offer enhanced support for implementation and capacity-building, UNESCO Bangkok’s Lifelong Learning and Literacy team is developing an online course on equitable education, which you will hear about first by following us in the Equitable Education Hub page on Facebook.
For potential partnering queries and more information, kindly contact Ilja Riekki, Junior Professional Officer, Non-Formal Education and Literacy; Educational Innovation and Skills Development (EISD), UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education: i.riekki(at)unesco(dot)org