CID Report for UNESCO Futures of Education

“UNESCO”UNESCO invited CID to host focus groups as part of the Futures of Education Initiative. Three focus groups held discussions in January. The report has now been completed, and submitted to UNESCO.

We are delighted that UNESCO invited our participation, and hopeful that they will incorporate our recommendations into their final conclusions. A copy of the report may be had by clicking on the image below.

CID Focus Groups report for UNESCO

Thanks to Linda de Wit, former CID intern and skilled graphic designer, for taking on the project of turning the written report into a polished final document. Thanks to Nazan Haydari, Advisory Board member, for moderating one of the focus groups, and managing the technology for all of them. Thanks to all of the participants, who are named in the report, for their ideas, their time, and their energy for this project.

Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz
Director, Center for Intercultural Dialogue
intercult.dialogue AT

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5 thoughts on “CID Report for UNESCO Futures of Education”

  1. Congratulations to Dr. Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz, Director, Center for Intercultural Dialogue, USA and Dr. Nazan Haydari, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey for the effective discussion with the Focus Groups and the well written report for the UNESCO Futures of Education Initiative. Truly Learning to Live Together Requires Intercultural Dialogue.

      1. Thanks very much for extending the invitation to participate. It was a very enriching experience.

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