Friday, 7 August 2015
Lynne Lawrence spoke of the progress of the 6 Education goals from Dakar, 2000. Her presentation concluded that although accelerated progress had been made, Education For All has not been achieved. Recommendations for the future were set out, emphasizing the importance of reaching the goal of quality Education For All.
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Thursday, 13 August 2015
Victoria Barrès, AMI representative to UNESCO, spoke on partnerships for advocacy and networks. She outlined the history of the Montessori peace movement and elaborated on current efforts to support global initiatives.
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Monday, 3 August 2015
Lynne Lawrence presented an introduction of the core work of AMI and Educateurs sans Frontières. A timeline of AMI outreach and advocacy work was given, setting the stage for the work of the 4th EsF assembly.
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Thursday, 4 August 2016
AMI’s Ambassador to UNESCO, Victoria Barrès, spoke on Partnerships for Advocacy and Networks. She outlined some of the history of the Montessori Peace movement, including current efforts to support United Nations initiatives.
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Sunday, 31 July 2016
AMI Executive Director, Lynne Lawrence welcomed participants to the Fifth Educateurs sans Frontières Assembly. She explained the format of the Assembly and housekeeping matters before inviting participants to introduce themselves. Lynne spoke about the connection between the EsF vision and AMI’s three strategic pillars, the historic Montessori context, and the work of the United Nations.
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Tuesday, 2 August 2016
Phillip O’Brien gave a presentation on the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Philip explained how the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) grew out of the Millennium Development Goals. In the SDGs the word ‘sustainable’ has become significant, but education is still seen to hold the key to achieving most of the post-2015 goals.
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Sunday, 31 July 2016
Lynne Lawrence presented an introduction of the core work of AMI and Educateurs sans Frontières. A timeline of AMI outreach and advocacy work was given setting the stage for the work of the 5th EsF assembly both in the context of Montessori as a social reform movement and the Sustainable Development Goals.
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This UNESCO document (English version), published in 2015 asks what education we need for the 21st century. It offers a humanist vision of education as an essential common good, a view that hopes to be aspirational and inspirational, to speak to new times.
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This UNESCO document (Spanish version), published in 2015 asks what education we need for the 21st century. It offers a humanist vision of education as an essential common good, a view that hopes to be aspirational and inspirational, to speak to new times.
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This UNESCO document (French version), published in 2015 asks what education we need for the 21st century. It offers a humanist vision of education as an essential common good, a view that hopes to be aspirational and inspirational, to speak to new times.
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