UN Summit on Education holds great promise
The upcoming summit on education, part of the UN Secretary General’s ambitious agenda, can truly bring accountability and participation to the inevitably new ways education will be imparted in the future, says Nepal writer Simone Galimberti on the website of the Global Campaign for Peace Education.
The Transforming Education Summit, scheduled to take place at the UN September 19, should be seen as a stand-alone effort while it is intended to be the beginning of an ambitious global brainstorming, she writes.
“With scorching temperatures, uncontrolled flames and floods devastating our planet, millions of people are realizing that we are all going to pay a high price for climate inaction.
“The current climate crisis is furthering compounding the other emergency that is still affecting all of us, a public health crisis fully exposed by the Covid pandemic.
“Amid this gloomy scenario, the international community cannot forego its duties not only to strengthen the global education system but also its moral obligation to re-think it and re-imagine it,” writes Galimberti.
- Read “UN’s Education Summit: An Opportunity to Create a Bottom-Up Global Governance” by Simone Galimberti published on August 10, 2022 by the Inter Press Service News Agency
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I really appreciate the UN Summit on Education logo. Both Teach and Peace need to unite together. The most powerful way to begin is for all countries to understand their own community better and their specific needs then make decisions together on how to work on these needs and send them in to the UN Summit. The whole world is in need of finding a balance that is beneficial to all peoples. Here are some suggestions – quality of education, equal tuition for all, increase minimum salaries to provide better living conditions by relieving poverty. continue peace and justice efforts, health care needs, clean water and avoiding further pollution problems, end wars etc.
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