#10 SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA AS A PRIORITY OF FOREIGN AID IN EDUCATION?
In this tenth post , we take stock of potential progress in prioritizing international aid, focusing on the education sector in sub-Saharan Africa.
#09 SDG4: FROM INTERNATIONAL AMBITIONS TO NATIONAL REALITIES. THE EXAMPLE OF GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION
In this article, based on research conducted over the past two years, we question the relevance of the international agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) considering African national realities, using the specific example of global citizenship education
#08 « WE ARE SOMEWHAT COMPETITORS »: THE CHALLENGE OF COORDINATION IN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN EDUCATION IN AFRICA
Aid coordination would make it possible to act more effectively in favor of populations in need, particularly in remote areas of the continent, by joining human and financial forces rather than leaving each party to act alone in its corner. This would be all the more the case in the context of a proliferation of cooperation institutions and new financing mechanisms in Africa.
#07 REACTIONS TO COVID-19 FROM INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN EDUCATION: BETWEEN CONTINUITIES AND UNEXPECTED CHANGES
Since March 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic spread beyond China’s borders, many international cooperation institutions have mobilized to respond to this crisis.
#06 THE GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR EDUCATION: AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE ISOLATED ACTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AGENCIES?
We wanted to dedicate our second blog article on international cooperation in education to the Global Partnership for Education, an institution that has grown considerably in recent years, actively mobilizing heads of state such as E. Macron and M. Sall in Dakar in 2018 or successful singers such as Rihanna who is its ambassador. Let us see who is behind this organization.
#05 OWNERSHIP OR TURNKEY MODELS IN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN EDUCATION?
Several articles in this blog will be devoted to the notion of ownership, which is fundamental to acting in the field of international cooperation, and which is more in the education sector. In this article, we will focus on the definition of ownership and some observations.
#04 GLOBAL EDUCATION MONITORING REPORT 2019: WHAT LESSONS FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION?
On the occasion of the official launch of UNESCO’s 2019 Global Education Monitoring Report, this article aims to promote the first interview of 𝗲𝗱𝘂’𝗖’ 𝗼𝗼𝗽, conducted with a member of the team that produced it, Dr. Nicole Bella, statistician and senior policy analyst.
#03 THE WORLD BANK AND EDUCATION: DOES THE WOLF WEAR THE GRANDMOTHER’S BONNET?
We wished to devote our first article on the actors of international cooperation in education to an essential organization, namely the World Bank.
#02 WHY ARE INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION ORGANIZATIONS SO INTERESTED IN EDUCATION?
The slogans promoted by international cooperation organizations emphasize the change that education can bring to individuals and societies. This article focuses on the vision of “change” that is adopted by cooperation actors.
#01 AID TO EDUCATION: TO THE RIGHT DESTINATION?
31.10.2018. Update: 20.05.2019
This article focuses on the priorities of international cooperation in education, and it raises the question: IS AID GOING TO THE RIGHT DESTINATION?