UNESCO has invited organizations and networks to mobilize their stakeholders and partners to conduct focus group consultation sessions on the Futures of Education.
The insights gained through focus group discussions will be synthesized for UNESCO’s International Commission on the Futures of Education and will help to shape the global debate. Anne-Claude Lambelet and Jillaine Farrar of SIETAR Switzerland have been invited to lead a focus group for this important initiative.
In this effort, Eugenia Arvanitis (University of Patras, Greece) has been invited to participate as a stakeholder in an international group of 21 intercultural experts. Eugenia contributed to a report titled Futures of Education: Learning to Become. How should what we learn, how we learn, and where we learn change in the future? as an author and reviewer . The focus group report that has been accepted by UNESCO and published in April 2021.