UNESCO Education for All Global Monitoring Report 

Launch events for the 2013/4 Education for All Global Monitoring Report 

"Teaching and learning: Achieving quality for all"


The 2013/4 Education for All Global Monitoring Report shows that there is a learning crisis and describes how policy-makers can support and sustain a quality education system for all children, regardless of background, by providing the best teachers.


There have already been launch events in 26 different countries around the world to present and discuss the Report findings. There are still many more to come. See the full list of events and find one near you



The UK launch event:

When: 7 April 2014 1.30-6pm

Where: Logan Hall, Institute of Education, University of London, 20 Bedford Way, London  WC1H 0AL


The speakers:

Lynne Featherstone, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for International Development (to be confirmed)

Mary Stiasny, Pro-Director International, Institute of Education, University of London

Pauline Rose, Director of 2013/4 EFA Global Monitoring Report, Professor of International Education, University of Cambridge

Bob Moon, Open University

Rob Faure Walker, teacher, Tower Hamlets

Kevin Watkins, Director, Overseas Development Institute

Discussion moderated by Sean Coughlan, BBC Education Correspondent


All welcome; the event is free.


Further information: 

Participants will receive a copy of the Report which can also be downloaded online for free.


For further information about the event please contact Samantha Ducey sducey@ioe.ac.uk and Emma Jones ejones@ioe.ac.uk


For information regarding media around the event please contact Kate Redman: k.redman@unesco.org


Institute of Education Student Education and International Development Society: EIDSociety@gmail.com


The event is sponsored by: 

Event sponsored by IOE London, BAICE and UKFIET






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Thank you.


EFA Global Monitoring Report Team