Education is a key development factor for every person and community. Without investing in education, we cannot expect progress. How much and what are we currently investing in? Who are the leaders of the education reform process? What are the existing needs and opportunities? How and in what forms can civil society (NGOs, trade unions and the media) as well as the business sector be involved in the existing reform processes of pre-school, primary, secondary and higher education and make their capacities available? In particular, what can we do now to support the education of children and youth during the COVID-19 pandemic and address the large number of emerging needs and problems?
Join us at a conference that will bring together a large number of stakeholders in the field of education: experts, teachers, professors, activists and professionals and share information about your needs, interests and make useful contacts and partnerships.
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In the application you can indicate whether you want to present your institution, project, idea or initiative in 5 minutes in the first part of the conference program, and whether you want to share your presentation and contact after the event with other participants. In addition to the presentations, participants will get the minutes of the discussion, given suggestions, conclusions and ideas.
The Network for Building Peace brings together 217 members, of which 195 are civil society organizations and 22 schools. The web sites of the Network www.mreza-mira.net and www.snagalokalnog.ba have around 300,000 visits per month, and the Facebook page is followed by 31,000 people, while the newsletter is opened daily by around 4,000 users.
11:00 – 11:20 Ongoing reform processes in formal and non-formal education in Bosnia and Herzegovina: needs and opportunities for the involvement of civil society and the business sector. Nina Branković, IMTBS Paris
11:20 – 12:30 5-minute speeches: initiatives, suggestions and needs
Melika Husić – Mehmedović, Ministry of Science, Higher Education and Youth of KS (TBD)
Namir Ibrahimović, O.Š. Safet-beg Bašagić
Marija Runić, Faculty of Philology, University of Banja Luka and APPEN
Adi Kovačević, DAI Human Dynamics, EU project “Obrazovanje za zapošljavanje/Education for Employment”
Seid Fijuljanin, Hastor Foundation (TBD)
Sven Dominković, HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation, Project “Moja budućnost/My Future”
Diana Šehić, Association “Rights for All”
Tatjana Vučić, Bit Alliance
Sanja Miovčić, Foreign Investors Council
Nedim Krajišnik, COI Step by Step
Dino Bešić, SHL
Nikolina Garača, S.K.I.L.L.S
Randall Puljek Shank, Peace Academy
Dina Ahmetspahić, Network for Building Peace, TABLA project
12:30 – 13:30 Discussion and suggestions