NEP Cambodia: Third National Conference on Transforming Education to Promote Inclusion in the Education Sector
The NEP Third National Conference aims to address the knowledge gap regarding policyimplementation and local targets of SDG4 and TES Commitments and will bring together civil society, development partners, and government actors, to discuss how all education sector stakeholders can participate in transforming education, systems strengthening, and education sector collaboration in the Cambodian context. Registration: https://questionpro.com/t/AVgOrZzEfA Full program in PDF: Download
Tech Salon #12 will discuss AI (ChatGPT & Google Bard). What can AI currently do for civil society organizations? The monthly Tech Salon invites speakers from civil society organizations and experts to share experiences related to the use of institutional technology to learn from each other and enhance the use of ICT for social work. Pre-register: https://forms.gle/5s1RE7fLbNEkzToD9
Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum (APrIGF) is one of the key regional initiatives on Internet governance. By adopting the multi-stakeholder approach as its core principle, APrIGF serves as a platform for discussion exchange and collaboration at a regional level and also where possible to aggregate national IGF discussions to ultimately advance the Internet governance development in the Asia Pacific region. Registrations will open soon and further information on programming, sponsorship and fellowship opportunities will be published on this website.
Theme: Youth powering media and information literacy in digital spaces The UNESCO annual Global Media and Information Literacy Week is a major occasion for stakeholders to review and celebrate the progress achieved towards “Media and Information Literacy for All.” The Global Media and Information Literacy Youth Hackathon is an integral part of the Global Media and Information Literacy Week Youth Agenda Forum. It is an opportunity for young people and youth organizations worldwide to participate in creating innovative MIL learning in meaningful ways. Following the previous four successful editions, the fifth Global Media and Information Literacy Youth Hackathon will be held during Global MIL Week 2023. UNESCO and partners call on youth worldwide to participate in this virtual hackathon to design innovative solutions to a defined set of social challenges, in connection with the year’s theme: “Youth powering media and information literacy in digital spaces.” Youth from schools, universities, youth centers, youth organizations, and young leaders from around the globe are invited to participate. The winning teams and the outcome of the Hackathon will be presented during the Global MIL Week Youth Agenda Forum 2023. Timeline 1 July 2023: Registration opens 1 August 2023: Registration ends Between 5-10 August 2023: Two-day mentoring on MIL and the hackathon 15 August 30 September 2023: Hacking processes (teams meet to hack issues and develop solutions) 1 October 2023: Deadline for submission of pitches (submission advised before the deadline) 2-10 October 2023: Judging process 25 October 2023: Announcement of winners and presentation of projects during the Global MIL Week 2023 Youth Agenda Forum. Registration: https://indico.un.org/event/1005900/registrations/ For more information: https://www.unesco.org/en/media-information-literacy-week/fifth-youth-hackathon
At the 11th Tech Salon, we will discuss the basics of designing brochures for civil society organizations to advertise on social media using Canva tools. Registration: https://tinyurl.com/2sx32vu8
Tech Salon #11 will discuss the basics of designing brochures for civil society organizations to advertise on social media using Canva tools. Pre-register: https://forms.gle/CDzyvfkSko8yzv2w5