International policy dialogue fora

International policy dialogue fora

The policy dialogue fora that the Task Force organizes are NOT ends in themselves. They are “battery-charging” pauses we offer decision-makers and practitioners, enabling them to break away from routine work to refresh knowledge, expertise and motivation for more innovative and evidence-based policy formulation, implementation and evaluation.

The fora are a process that continues beyond the few days of the gathering. This process continues and  will NEVER end until - through concerted follow-up actions - teacher policies and practices are revised and implemented, and ALL learners have access to well prepared, justly remunerated, duly respected and highly committed teachers!

The task Force has held the following international fora:
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11-PDF-logo-v2   2018 Nov, Jamaica, Montego Bay

« Strengthening Teacher Education: A prerequisite for quality teaching, training and learning »
logo-10PDF-color-ENx500   2017 Sept, Togo, Lomé

« Teaching: A Profession »
logo-9PDF-color-EN   2016 Dec, Cambodia, Siem Reap

« Motivating teachers, what do we know and what do we need to achieve Education 2030 Agenda?»
8PDF logo   2016 March, Mexico, Mexico city

"Implementing the Teacher Target in the Sustainable Development Goal and Education 2030

2014 Dec, Rabat, Morocco

"Teachers in Post-2015 International Education Agenda:
What policies, practices and tools for teacher-related target?"

6th policy dialogue  

2013 Nov, Kinsasha, DRC

"The Management of Teacher Education 
- Trends in Policies and Practice: What works, why and for whom?"

International Policy Dialogue Forum Namibia


2012 Nov, Windhoek, Namibia

"Three Years of Global Partnership to Address the Teacher Challenge, Three Years from the 2015 EFA Benchmark: 
Achievements and Perspectives"

4th policy dialogue  

2012 May, New Delhi, India

"Teacher Challenges for EFA in India"  

3rd policy dialogue  

2011 Sept, Bali, Indonesia

"Ensuring Equity in Country Policies and Practices for Providing Quality Teachers toward Achieving the EFA Goals by 2015"


2010 July, Amman, Jordan

"Providing teachers for EFA: Quality matters"


2010 Feb, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

"Teachers, the financial crisis and the EFA challenge of reaching the marginalized"

 Relevant documents and presentations of each Policy Dialogue Forum are available on our Website.

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