Month: October 2017

Meet our new Youth Reference Group members

The New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO is delighted to announce the six new members of our Youth Reference Group: Shaymaaa Arif, Injy Johnstone, Peter McKenzie, Ashlee Peacock, Nola Smart and Charlotte Steel. “We received applications from 100 incredibly talented young people and it was a very difficult decision to narrow them down to six,”… Read more »

Global Citizenship Education Award launched

The New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO is seeking to reward projects that foster global citizenship through its inaugural Global Citizenship Education (GCED) Award. Applicants from the education sector and community groups are invited to tell the National Commission about their global citizenship education projects or develop new ones between now and March 2018 to… Read more »

2017/18 Global Education Monitoring Report launched

The 2017/18 Global Education Monitoring Report was launched internationally in October 2017. This is the second report in the Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report series, continuing its assessment of progress towards the Sustainable Development Goal on education (SDG4) and its 10 targets, as well as other related education targets in the SDG agenda. It also investigates accountability in… Read more »