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2019 WISE Summit

19-21 November 2019

In our constantly changing world, it’s more important than ever that we unlearn and relearn the skills and knowledge that will allow us to thrive as individuals and societies. This extends to the way we teach, the way we learn, and how knowledge is shared.
From discovering how to turn whole cities into learning campuses, to debating how students could fund their higher education, to uncovering global ed-tech trends and their implications on innovation. WISE 2019 will address current trends and urgent challenges.

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GSF End of Year Celebration

27 November 2019

Those of you based in London (and those passing through!) please join us to celebrate a successful year at GSF. We will be discussing our emerging global advocacy programme and plans going forward in a casual members-only setting and then moving into a Drinks Reception with GSF Board representatives and potential funders.

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The world’s largest gathering of education and skills ministers

19-22 January 2020

In January each year, the Education World Forum brings together delegates representing over two-thirds of the world’s population to debate future education policy. The event comprises three days of insight and inspiration from pioneers, policy makers and experts, with many sessions given by education ministers themselves as part of an honest assessment of education’s common issues and challenges.

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CIES 2020 Miami: 64th Annual Conference

22-26 March 2020

We live in a moment of epochal precarity, amidst irreversible environmental catastrophe that is impacting all life on Earth. Signaling the end of human exceptionalism, this era calls for an urgent redefinition of what it is to be human and a reconfiguration of the relationship between human and Earth. How should education respond to a world of shifting planetary boundaries and collapsing ecosystems? What education policies, practices, and pedagogies can help re-situate the human within the relational flow of life where everyone and everything – both human and non-human – are deeply interconnected? How can we learn to responsibly encounter and fully engage with a more than human world?

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USAID 2020 Global Education Conference

6-10 April 2020

Please save the date for USAID’s 2020 Global Education Conference: Education Today, Opportunity Tomorrow. This event will provide a unique opportunity to join hundreds of individuals from across the international education sector, including representatives from USAID, other U.S. government departments and agencies, implementing partners, education institutions, the private sector, faith-based groups, and partner country governments.

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