INTERREGIONAL DIALOGUE

EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN LATIN AMERICA, THE CARIBBEAN AND AFRICA

Shared solutions for common challenges in the context of the African Year of Education 2024

22 TO 25 july 2024– Addis abeba (ethiopia)

about the addis abeba event

The African Union Commission, the Government of Brazil -through the Ministry of Education and the CAPES– and OBREAL with the support of the Association of African Universities and ENLACES, are co-organising a political, academic and scientific interregional dialogue on current issues for education and development in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.

The aim of the dialogue is to work on the common agenda of development and education and to discuss joint solutions for the cross-cutting challenges that all the regions are facing.

ROAD TO ADDIS ABEBA

FEBRUARY, 5-9

Congress Universidad 2024

La Habana, Cuba

FEBRUARY, 19-20

Inauguration OBREAL Argentina Office for South America

San Martín National University, Argentina

MARCH, 13 – 15

CRES+5

Brasília, Brazil

APRIL, 20-24

FAUBAI Conference 2024

Sao Paulo, Brazil

JUNE, 22-25

Annual International Conference on Internationalization of Higher Education (IHE) 2024

Symbiosis University, Pune, India

JULY, 22-25

2nd Interregional Dialogue on Education and Development in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.

African Union headquarters, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia


Are you interested in contributing to the Training Series on Education and Development ?

We call academics and experts that wish to participate in the preparation of these seminars to express their interest in contributing and engaging actively in the process of strengthening the interregional academic and scientific cooperation.


ABOUT THE previous eventS

The next interregional dialogue on Education and development that will be held in Addis Abeba is the committed continuation of previous events that set the tone to the interregional political and policy dialogue on education and development.

The Barcelona, Buenos Aires and Windhoek events gathered representatives of the African Union and the CELAC member States with representatives of continental, regional and national university associations to initiate a debate on the role of universities and university systems in sustainable development and regional and continental integration and to establish a roadmap to action.

The Buenos Aires event
Conclusions of the Buenos Aires event

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