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Presentation from HEEFA to SDG4 : the IAU HEEFA project_Isabelle Turmaine

  1. 1. The IAU HEEFA Project From HEEFA to SDG4: Building on Achievements Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site, Barcelona, Spain 8-9 October 2015
  2. 2. Education for All (EFA) 6 goals to be reached in 2015 • Expand early childhood care and education • Provide free and compulsory primary education for all • Promote learning and life skills for young people and adults • Increase adult literacy by 50 per cent • Achieve gender parity by 2005, gender equality by 2015 • Improve the quality of education No mention of higher education
  3. 3. Why Higher Education? • Higher education has generally not been involved as a sector up to now, with the exception of teacher training • The three missions (teaching, research and outreach) of higher education institutions can be of help to EFA • The higher education sector is generally not aware of the initiative, issues at stake, and how to become involved • The higher education sector will, if not already, be impacted by EFA: growing number of secondary-school graduates; quality of pre-higher education schooling; teacher education reforms
  4. 4. Starting point of the HEEFA Project: Maputo, Mozambique 2007 Higher Education and Education For All: The case of two solitudes? Photograph: IAU
  5. 5. The Expert Meeting validated a real need for exploration of the linkages between Higher Education and the UN Education For All initiative and requested information sharing and capacity building. And consequently: An international - with no region left out - Reference group to bring in people’s experiences and expertise from diverse locations, culture and environments was created.
  6. 6. IAU HEEFA Reference Group – 30 people Present here Varghese, India Bijan Pant, Nepal Valtencir Mendes, Spain Montanus Milanzi, Tanzania Limbani Nsapato, Zambia Loise Gichuhi, Kenya Norzaimi Azman, Malaysia Djénéba Traoré, Mali Marianne Granfelt, Sweden Semukeliso Gono, Zimbabwe But it also has Members from: USA, Mexico, Senegal, Canada, Haiti, Uganda, Australia, the Netherlands, etc.
  7. 7. An Information kit was drafted and published to both address and answer the questions of what is EFA, why and how should HE get involved; where can HE activities be developed, and who is engaged
  8. 8. A collaborative Portal – the HEEFA Portal - was set up to allow academics to publish online their expertise, work and projects related to EFA. It also provided information on recent developments in the EFA field. The HEEFA Newsletter extracted information published on the HEEFA Portal and provides highlights on recent developments in the HEEFA Project and activities of Reference Group Members. Both were halted in 2015, waiting for new developments
  9. 9. The Collaborative Workshop : A three-step activity to envision higher education for Education for All was tested in Cuernavaca, State of Morelos, Mexico and conducted in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso; Katmandu, Nepal, Nairobi, Kenya, and New Delhi, India Brings together local representatives of HEIs, pre-HE sector, students, teachers, NGOs, UNESCO – IAU as facilitator Aims to inform both the higher education community of what EFA is and the other EFA stakeholders of what higher education can bring to EFA, Identifies local needs and higher education’s possible intervention(s) in a commonly agreed upon document for a way forward.
  10. 10. A meeting was held in Ankarra, Turkey in November 2014 to evaluate the results of the capacity building sessions IAU’s capacity building approach to involve the higher education sector in EFA is: • Participant-centred • Inclusive • Based on Dialogue • Result-focused • Embedded in a process • Local but not closed
  11. 11. UN Sustainable Development Agenda 2030 was adopted in September 2015 EFA ends in 2015, great progress made but no goal will be reached/ new issues are emerging
  12. 12. 17 sustainable development goals, 1 is on education Universities are included for the 1st time 4.1 Free, equitable, quality primary/secondary education for all 4.2 Pre-primary education for all 4.3 Equal access to affordable quality technical, vocational and tertiary education, including university. 4.4 More youth and adults with relevant skills for employment 4.5 No gender disparities and equal access for all 4.6 All youth and more adults achieve literacy and numeracy 4.7 Education for sustainable development. all that by 2030 Goal 4. Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities for all
  13. 13. … and also 4.a build and upgrade education facilities that are child, disability and gender sensitive and provide safe, non-violent, inclusive and effective learning environments for all 4.b by 2020 expand by x% globally the number of scholarships for developing countries in particular LDCs, SIDS and African countries to enrol in higher education, including vocational training, ICT, technical, engineering and scientific programmes in developed countries and other developing countries 4.c by 2030 increase by x% the supply of qualified teachers, including through international cooperation for teacher training in developing countries, especially LDCs and SIDS
  14. 14. The Framework For Action developed to provide guidance towards the accomplishment of the Education 2030 agenda is to be adopted at a High-Level Meeting which will take place at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France on 4 November 2015

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