The next Anti-Bullying Forum will be held in October 2023. It will be hosted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and led by Dorothy Espelage, the William C. Friday Distinguished Professor of Education at the UNC School of Education and a leading expert on bullying and youth well-being.
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To bridge the Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) gaps, UNESCO, in collaboration with Uzbekistan, is organizing an intergovernmental world conference to reaffirm the right of the child to quality ECCE from birth and urge Member States’ renewed commitment to and investment in the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Target 4.2 which calls for ensuring that “all girls and boys have access to quality early childhood development, care and pre-primary education so that they are ready for primary education”.
The Government of the Republic of Benin, Global Child Nutrition Foundation, Catholic Relief Services, and the United Nations World Food Programme invite you to pre-register for the 23rd Annual Global Child Nutrition Forum. The Forum is a peer-to-peer exchange designed to stimulate critical discussions about school meal programs around the world, identify collective priorities, and provide advice and support for one another going forward.
The Caribbean Congress on Adolescent and Youth Health (CCAYH) is a unique event which focuses on the health of young people in the Caribbean region.
The School Meals Coalition is launching the first School Meals Coalition Week – five days of virtual programming led by its members and partners from around the world.
The week is a platform for sharing knowledge, experiences, learnings and input to showcase the power of school meals and chart the future of the Coalition.
Organized by the Greek/Hellenic Society for Adolescent Medicine (GSAM) with scientific support from EU organizations and UN agencies, including UNESCO, the conference will focus on youth development during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Main themes include developmental health, mental health, school health, digital literacy, chronic diseases and migration.
On the margins of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, UNFPA and partners will host a high-level panel event to take stock of the most pressing issues surrounding bodily autonomy and sexual and reproductive health and rights since ICPD25 and Beijing 25 at the Generation Equality Forum.
Advances in COVID-19 science, particularly the rapid development of viable vaccines, have reinvigorated discussions around HIV prevention and treatment.
The Sustainable Financing Initiative (SFI) for school health and nutrition is one of the five operating initiatives of the School Meals Coalition, a mobilization of nearly 70 governments and a wide range of partners to drive actions that can urgently re-establish, improve, and scale-up food and education systems.
The side-event is part of the June 28-30 Transforming Education Pre-Summit in Paris. It will feature speakers from around the world and will be attended by the multiple partners involved in efforts to make every school a health-promoting school. This event aims to explore the integrated approach to school health and nutrition and highlight its positive effects.
FAO and WFP, supported by the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture will have the opportunity to present the new global hub to the public and members of the Global School Meals Coalition. This event will allow the exchange of experiences and lessons learned in improving the quality of school food and food education between and within countries and stakeholders.
The objective of this conference jointly organized by the World Bank and IDEA at CERGE-EI is to document the size and determinants of the learning loss brought about by school closures, identify policy options to reverse these losses and set the bases of a more resilient education system.