Thursday 21 January 2021
14.00 – 16.00 CET

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School closures during the pandemic has affected more than 1.6 billion children and youth worldwide. The crisis is extra damaging for children in the poorest countries and those in already disadvantaged or vulnerable situations. At least 463 million school children cannot be reached by digital and broadcast remote learning programs. 9.7 million children may never return to school.

In this webinar, we are looking for positive practices, possible interventions and opportunities in crisis.

A selection of our speakers:
Joseph Seh, anthropologist and country program manager Sahel at Nuffic
Kirsten van den Hul, member of Pariliament, Labour Party
David Monk, lecturer at Gulu University Uganda, researcher VET4.0 Africa Group
Hellen Onyango, civil society TVET expert at VSO Kenya
Michelle May, MHPSS Specialist at Education Cannot Wait
Glory Tsangue, Coordinator National Empowerment & Disability Inclusive Development
Jeroen Kelderhuis, Head Civil Society and Education Division at Min. of Foreign Affairs

Join one of the breakout sessions:

  • TVET: building back better
  • Integrating mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) in education
  • Building multi-sectoral, disability inclusive education systems
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(photos by Edukans)