Inclusive Education

  • In Asia-Pacific, indigenous languages help safeguard knowledge and culture
  • UNESCO reports recent achievements and current initiatives in Lao PDR
  • Gendered impacts of COVID-19 school closures: how youth in Asia and the Pacific have been affected
  • Asia-Pacific Multilingual Education Working Group members partner on advocacy for mother tongue-based education at APREMC-II
  • Making the most of online and social media to advocate for mother tongue education in Asia-Pacific

Latest Inclusive Education

Gendered impacts of COVID-19 school closures: how youth in Asia and the Pacific have been affected

A report from the 2nd Asia-Pacific Regional Education Minister’s Conference (APREMC-II), June 2022 School closures occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic, along with pre-existing, gender-based inequalities in education have come to have significant impacts on...

Asia-Pacific Multilingual Education Working Group members partner on advocacy for mother tongue-based education at APREMC-II

—Mother-tongue learning for ethnic minority children highlighted in outcome statement, which will inform the Transforming Education Summit (TES) at UN General Assembly in September— Asia-Pacific Multilingual Education Working Group members UNESCO Bangkok...