The study English for Employment in Mexico: Realities and Challenges contributes to the discussions and advances on the subject. Its recommendations translate the findings of the entire study into possible mutually complementary paths, which could be implemented from different fields and scenarios.
The document presented here identifies a series of priority actions that States, together with civil society and international organizations, should carry out in order to advance in the realization of the rights of migrant children.
One of the main issues for Early Childhood Development (ECD) networks is the need to strengthen their advocacy capacities. With this in mind, the Inter-American held a workshop in Lima, Peru, to address advocacy strategies for early childhood development on November 17 and 18 of 2022.
Group for the Advocacy Strategies for Early Childhood Development
The Inter-American Dialogue carried out a study to evaluate the impact of the pandemic on the digital strategies that HEIs in the region had already been developing. This report documents and analyzes the results of a regional survey applied to 178 HEIs conducted in 2021 and 2022.
This call to action results from a joint initiative by leaders from the public and private sectors and multiple civil society actors who have responded to the Inter-American Dialogue’s call for a Working Group on Educational Connectivity in partnership with the Inter-American Development Bank and the World Bank.
This report, elaborated by Latin America Coalition for Teaching Excellence, studies initiatives that have strengthened teachers’ digital skills in Latin America. Specifically, it addresses the digital competency frameworks that exist in the region, teacher training experiences, and the evaluation processes implemented to measure progress in digital teaching skills.
Sarah Stanton, Alejandra Vargas Durango, Latin American Coalition for Excellence in Teaching
On Thursday, June 2, a coordinated call for commitment to educational recovery will take place, organized by the Inter-American Dialogue in collaboration with UNESCO, UNICEF and the World Bank.
Gabriel Boric, Alberto Fernández, Xiomara Castro, Guillermo Lasso, Josefina Townsend, Claudia Uribe, Ariel Fiszbein, Emanuela Di Gropello, Carlos Henríquez Calderón, Carlos Felipe Jaramillo, Jean Gough
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On November 10, 2021 and February 17, 2022, the Inter-American Dialogue, together with the Presidential Council for Children and Adolescents and with the support of the LEGO Foundation, organized two events to explore and reflect on the role of play in Colombia’s early childhood agenda.