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WISE Summit, GEM Report panel "Searching in the dark: monitoring SDG 4 in the post-covid reality"

Virtual event, Wednesday 8 December, 10:30 - 11:30 (Doha time)

The 2021/2 Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report to be released on December 102021, will provide the first comprehensive review of progress towards the global education goal, SDG 4 since the onset of the global pandemic. While comprehensive data is not yet available to assess the final toll the health crisis has taken on education trajectories, emerging analysis is compiled in the Report to demonstrate the core areas of concern.  

An interactive discussion will feature insights from education policymakers and youth on the Report’s findings, how they reflect reality on the ground and how the pandemic can be viewed as a turning point to address systemic challenges and inequalities in education systems worldwide.

Speakers:

H.E Minister Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, Minister of Education for Ghana

H.E Ms. Wajiha Akram, Member National Assembly of Pakistan and Parliamentary Secretary of Ministry of Education & Professional Training, Pakistan

Musarrat Maisha Reza, GEM Report’s Youth Advisor and representative of the Global Students Forum

Barbara Serra, broadcast journalist and TV newsreader (moderator)

Please register to join the Summit online to participate in the exclusive session. 

 

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