Non state actors in education Who chooses, who loses?

24 November 2022

On 5 December, UNESCO will launch 2021/2 Global Education Monitoring Report.

The title of the report is: Non state actors in education Who chooses, who loses?.

While everyone wants to achieve the goal of providing quality education for all, there is a highly polarized debate over who should deliver it. The 2021/2 GEM Report on non-state actors in education builds on a comprehensive set of country profiles available through the reports PEER website, which details the variety of forms of non-state provision in education and the efforts countries have put in place to regulate these activities. Informed by these profiles, the report outlines the different ways in which non-state actors engage, receive funds and exercise influence in education.

A launch of the 2021/2 GEM Report hosted by the UNESCO Almaty Cluster Office will examine the relevant findings from the global report and discuss what lessons these experiences hold for countries in the region. The aim of the event is to:

  • Present the reports main findings and recommendations with key stakeholders.
  • Explore concrete examples of approaches taken across the region to engage with non-state actors in education in laws, policies and regulations, aimed to promote equity and quality and what lessons can be drawn for others.
  • Invite participants to rally around the reports recommendations, calling for all actors to adhere to the principles of equity, quality and accountability, to support governments in delivering on SDG 4

The event will seek to engage key GEM Report audiences including non-state actors in education, policy makers, civil society organizations, donors, teachers, parents and youth.

Report in English can be found here

Summary Report in Russian can be found here

Register in advance for this meeting.

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