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04
Jun
From4 June 2017
in (Belgium)
Organised byBrussel Leefmilieu, Bruxelles Environnement, Revolve, UN Environment, UNRIC
Coordination Team posted Information 4 May 2017

The Guidance Note on Vocational Education and Training: a helpful tool for staff in Delegations

The publication of a reference document on Vocational Education and Training (VET) paves the way for a more effective and strategic implementation of VET reforms in developing countries.

 

Coordination Team uploaded a new Document 4 May 2017

The publication of a reference document on Vocational Education and Training (VET) paves the way for a more effective and strategic implementation of VET reforms in developing countries.

Elena Palavrova posted Information 25 April 2017
The deadline for submitting project proposals under the Call for proposals EACEA/05/2017 of the Intra-Africa Academic Mobility Scheme is approaching.
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Classed as a lower middle income country, Cambodia is a growing economy that is still marked by its history, notably the Khmer Rouge period. In the first of a new monthly series of articles featuring interviews with EU Delegations Heads of Cooperation, Fiona Ramsey shares best practice examples of the Cambodian Delegation’s work on joint programming and budget support, as well as advice for other delegations thinking of using these tools.
teacher with pupil
A crucial element in creating an inclusive education system is training its teachers – which is where the bulk of the EU’s budget support for education in South Africa goes. One teacher education programme in Soweto is experimenting with a new model, bringing primary school children onto a university campus. It creates a much-needed quality primary school in an under-served area, and bridges theory and practice for the student teachers.
Coordination Team created a new Article 3 March 2017
Millions of children around the world grow up in residential facilities despite not being orphans, and many more in ‘alternative care’ within their wider families or communities. There is worrying evidence of care systems’ failure to protect children’s rights in developing and middle-income countries, and open questions around accountability when care is provided by the non-government sector. The European Commission funded a study on alternative care systems to inform development cooperation.
31
Aug
From
31 August 2017 to 2 September 2017
in Johannesburg (South Africa)
Organised byEWET - Education With Enterprise Trust

"One of the most effective ways to reduce poverty is to encourage
entrepreneurship." (World Bank Report) SIMAMA RANTA loosely translates into
Strengthening the South African economy through youth entrepreneurship. The
approach of the event is to focus South African secondary school's efforts on
the delivery of in-school entrepreneurship education based upon 11 principles
of good practice, throughout the year. The purpose of the exercise is to
enable learners to become job creators rather than job seekers through
entrepreneurship. Three schools from each of 9 provinces are being selected
as models of good practice together with a national winner. Simama Ranta
started in 2010 and is now in its 8th year.

Arie Bouwer uploaded a new Document 1 March 2017

The 11 Principles of good practice in the provision of in-school entrepreneurship education is being explained together with criteria and processes for schools to respond to for participation within the "Simama Ranta" project.

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