OBREAL, together with partners from Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Europe, is preparing a series of online seminars for postgraduate students, professionals and higher education institutional leadership from Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. The online seminars will have a training component and will target the following topics: food security, climate change, teacher training, and higher education institutional engagement and SDGs.

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.

If you wish to collaborate with these seminars, you may submit your call of interest by February 20th, 2024. Submit it to [email protected] indicating the following: Name, Email, Phone, Institutional Affiliation, Position, Disciplinary area, Previous and current experience working with interregional partners (in Africa, Latin America, Caribbean, India, and Europe).


Trainings in the framework of the 2nd Interregional Dialogue on Education and Development in Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa

These online seminars are framed under the 2nd Interregional Dialogue on 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.

This dialogue will be held in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, between the 22nd and the 25th of July. Its goal is to find common solutions to pressing challenges such as food security and health, climate change and risk mitigation, joint research and open access, university, and technical and vocational education, training, and skills.

The meeting is organized by the African Union Commission, the Ministry of Education and the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (CAPES) of the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Association of African Universities and OBREAL, and it will be held at the African Union headquarters.

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