Countries committed to achieve inclusive education by 2030 and yet almost a quarter of a billion are still out of school. On 23 June the Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report will launch its 2020 Report on inclusion and education: All means all. It calls for countries to concentrate on those being left behind and move towards inclusion in education – a particularly poignant message for those now rebuilding their school systems after the arrival of Covid-19.
GEM Report Launch – June 23
23 June 2020
10:00 – 11:00 AM CEST
Over the course of an hour you will hear from inclusion champions, ministers, teachers and celebrities from different corners of the world whose stories and efforts go to the very heart of the theme of the 2020 GEM Report. This Report calls on all education actors to widen their understanding of inclusive education to include all learners, no matter their identity, background or ability; to believe that every person is unique, has potential and should be respected; to put diversity at the core of education systems, rather than seeing it as a problem.
Join us: Register for the event by clicking the button to the right.
Kick off the discussion now online #Allmeansall and access the pre-launch social media pack.
- Audrey Azoulay, Director-General, UNESCO, France @AAzoulay
- Manos Antoninis, Director, Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report, France @GEMReport
- Dr. David Moinina Sengeh, Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education, Sierra Leone @dsengeh
- Helen Clark, Former Prime Minister of New Zealand and Advisory Board Chair, Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report, New Zealand @HelenClarkNZ
- Baroness Sugg CBE, UK Special Envoy for Girls’ Education, United Kingdom @liz_sugg
- Brina Kei Maxino, Special Olympics Sargent Shriver International Global Messenger, Philippines
This event will be offered in English, French, Spanish, and American Sign Language, with live text captions.