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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.
IAS 2023, the 12th IAS Conference on HIV Science, will take place in Brisbane, Australia, and virtually from 23 to 26 July 2023.
This 1.5-hour virtual event will showcase how countries around the world are investing in learners’ health and well-being through school health and nutrition.
This event is part of the REAL (Research for Equitable Access and Learning) Centre, University of Cambridge, seminar series.
Linking school-based food and nutrition education with nutrition guidelines and standards for school food.
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”.
As the headline event for the 2022 International Day against Violence and Bullying at School including Cyberbullying, "Not on my watch" sees the release of new data on the role of teachers in creating safe learning environments.
UNESCO and the World Anti-Bullying Forum invite you to an ongoing series of meetinfs about school bullying. Four virtual meetings will be held between March and September.
The Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) Learning Platform was developed within the context of a programme being implemented by UNESCO entitled Our Rights, Our Lives, Our Future, (O3).