A new review by Unterhalter et al (2014), in which IIEP and its partners participated, has revealed a number of challenges in interventions to improve girls’ education and gender equality.
The review, “Girls’ education and...
Re-launched to include health education
Decentralising the education system in Afghanistan is a priority for education planners, according to Mohammed Hamid Askarzada, Senior Monitoring and Reporting Specialist at the Ministry of Education in Afghanistan and a trainee...
26 ATP trainees from all over the world received participation certificates at the closing ceremony in Paris.
Education planners from Afghanistan, Cambodia, Kuwait, Liberia and South Sudan were among a class of trainees...
A new portal aimed at fighting corruption in education systems
Now high on the agenda in West Africa, as IIEP works with partners to bolster efforts
Courses begin on 22 September 2014
through Capacity Development in Cambodia
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A tour in the Académie of Nancy-Metz
A partnership to pool expertise networks
Coming soon! 7 April – 30 May 2014
A five-day training course piloted by UNESCO and the Ministry of Education
Governance reforms in Asia: How to make university autonomy work?
IIEP supports growing initiatives in West African countries
A policy, research, and advocacy programme
On 3rd December, experts shared their visions for the future of educational planning
IIEP Buenos Aires’s annual International Forum
IIEP training officials to build national indicator system
Download the new strategy of the Institute for the next four years
Overview of activities over the past two years
Raymond E. Wanner's address at the Education Commission on 09 Nov. 2013
Financial contribution may be raised, says Deputy Prime Minister
IIEP attended the 8th UNESCO Youth Forum
UNESCO Director-General addressed to Ministers of Education and representatives from 16 countries
The higher education (HE) sector in Cambodia is currently confronted with major policy challenges. The sector is expanding rapidly and (with enrolment doubling in only five years) it needs more funds for development. The...
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Story by two members of IIEP’s Governing Board to read on Norrag blog
The Institute extends its scope and its action in Africa
New UNESCO/IIEP publication just released!
IIEP contributed to the 12th UKFIET Education Conference
#EducationCannotWait - Joint press release
IIEP Newsletter just released
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Two areas supported: policy research on school grants and methodology development for better quality financing data
IIEP Summer School 2013 for education leaders
IIEP has trained 35 government officials in methods to assess the budget implications, for the Jordanian education system, of a full enrolment of Syrian refugee children. The challenge is how to maintain the same quality of...
IIEP research findings discussed at a Policy Forum in Kenya
A new IIEP programme. A pilot country: Kenya
Conflict-affected countries called for better strategies to ensure that conflict-prevention is integrated into education policies and programmes and that education is not overlooked by donors and humanitarians
Policy Forum proposals are being taken forward
Building sustainable capacity in Education Policy Analysis and Implementation
Lecture at IIEP of the former Director-General of school education in France
The first code of its kind in the country is ready to be tested
8 April 2013 at UNESCO’s Headquarters in Paris
22 April to 21 June 2013 - Apply now !
Our goal: promoting gender equality in education worldwide
The volume won the 2013 Best Book Award from the Higher Education Special Interest Group
The country strengthens its capacities and expertise in educational planning
Meets with IIEP Director and IIEP trainees
Permanent delegate to UNESCO visits IIEP
Kenya organized a national policy seminar to discuss IIEP research findings
Two Kenyan researchers discuss their experience and the challenges they faced
Former IIEP Director Professor Gudmund Hernes spoke at IIEP
ESP Programme participants gather for a one-week workshop in Hong Kong
IWGE Meeting 2012: A Summary of Discussions and Recommendations
IIEP co-organizes a regional workshop from 14 to 18 January
Results of two-week online discussions
Culmination of the Japan-funded state-level capacity development programme
Participants and coordinators give their feedback and share their views
Former IIEP director (1977-1982)
IIEP’s research on decentralization extends to Asia
IIEP recently participated in the development of two new initiatives
IIEP flagship publication on the topic has been translated into four new languages
An issue under debate worldwide and at IIEP
What policies with what effects? An upcoming IIEP conference.
Initial results of the IIEP Policy Forum
The International Academy of Education (IAE) and IIEP are launching a new publication
IIEP takes a stand for teachers!
In collaboration with The University of Hong Kong, and sponsored by J.P. Morgan, UNESCO’s International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) is launching a regional distance training programme on education sector planning....
The IIEP Office in Buenos Aires recently launched a new website in the framework of the SITEAL* initiative: SIPI (Sistema de Información sobre la Primera Infancia) systematizes information on actions aiming at fulfilling...
Some recent promotions of IIEP Alumni
Forest Whitaker, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for Peace and Reconciliation and a co-founder of the International Institute for Peace, has sent an inspirational message to youth everywhere, encouraging them to participate in...
Speak up on engaging youth in planning education!
Distance training on Micro-planning and school mapping (in French)
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Beyond sector planning: the case of the United Republic of Tanzania
IIEP brings its worldwide expertise on codes of conduct
UNESCO calls expressions of interest
A talk by Professor Linda Darling-Hammond
IIEP launches a training programme in Asia
Experts meet to discuss this topic on 13–14 June 2012 in Washington DC.
The new edition of the IIEP distance training programme is about to begin
Reducing leakages and improving information systems
IIEP’s former Director holds the Chair
IIEP trainees visited the Sultanate from 20 to 29 April 2012
Morocco initiates the design of an ethics charter
The country needs in-depth renewal of educational policies
IIEP attended the country’s first national conference on educational reform
The impact on educational policies: examples from Latin America
Carlos Lopes will lead the largest UN entity devoted to Africa
Meeting at the Institute’s Headquarters in Paris, IIEP and its partners reviewed successes, analysed lessons learned, and explored future orientations
IIEP e-Forum - 26 March to 6 April 2012
More than US$1 million granted for capacity development in education
Training on educational planning and management from home
A decade of successes, but challenges remain still high
Empower Rural Women – End Hunger and Poverty
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IIEP, Microsoft, and Orange will launch a joint initiative
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Fostering cross-national cooperation in training and education system assessments
Is there an emerging consensus?
What results after two weeks of intensive discussions?
Representatives of the China National Institute for Educational Research visit IIEP Buenos Aires
Recent IIEP achievements to respond to HIV and AIDS
Looking at strategies to build capacity
New technical cooperation agreement signed between IIEP and the Republic of Angola
Guidance Notes for Educational Planners
Burkina Faso puts IIEP’s Guidance Notes to work
IIEP Newsletter N°2, May-August 2011
Raymond E. Wanner's address at the Education Commission on 02 Nov. 2011
Visit of Afghan Minister of Education to IIEP
IIEP hosted the 8th SACMEQ Assembly of Ministers
Launch of a new project in Francophone Africa
Burkina Faso implements its first PETS
A new publication launched by UNESCO
Cultural, pedagogical and educational policy challenges
UKFIET International Conference on Education and Development
IIEP’s commitments for teachers
Sub-Regional Seminar, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 28-30 September 2011
The first African woman recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize passed away on 25th September
IIEP welcomed in September five officials from Jordan, in collaboration with the National Centre for Human Resources Development (NCHRD), to its Paris Headquarters on the occasion of a two-week training session. This training...
Implementation of a capacity development plan
IIEP provides comprehensive empirical data on the topic
IIEP releases three policy briefs
Completion of the first step in the area of planning
The new country in the making is promoting education to build its future
A plan calling for the mobilization of all
IIEP presented results of its 2010 research study
A need to strengthen monitoring systems
UNESCO launches a dedicated website
ATP participants share their views on the education system
IIEP presented results of a study at GIZ Symposium in Maputo
Making the country a “knowledge hub”
IIEP held a strategic debate on 5 May 2011
There are more children in school than ever, says UNESCO report.
StatPlanet, initiated at IIEP, won first prize in a World Bank competition
IIEP trainees visit the Republic of Korea from 16 April to 1st May 2011
Agnes Arach, from Uganda, and Jalaludin Atayee, from Afghanistan
Latest issue of IIEP Newsletter (January-April 2011)
INEE Working Group on Education and Fragility holds a final meeting… before reconstituting
IIEP and UNICEF launch a new research in Eastern and Southern Africa
Designing tailored training at local levels
Discussion focusing on different levels
UNICEF and IIEP/UNESCO take Education Sector Planning process forward
An evidence-based IIEP publication
IIEP Director from 1969 to 1974
A Policy Forum on Gender Equality in Education
Synthesis of four situational analyses of education and fragility
Focus on the damaging consequences of conflict on Education
Advocate for the need for quality education provision in crisis situations
Chairman of the IIEP Governing Board shares his vision for the Institute
Secondary education in focus
Exchanging on higher education reform
IIEP will play a key role in the coming year
IIEP hosted the 2nd International Exchange Meeting between SACMEQ and PASEC (24-25 January 2011)
Secretary-General of CONFEMEN and former IIEP trainee
Acting Director of the SACMEQ Coordinating Centre
Learning from the success of SACMEQ initiative
Planning at States levels
A participatory process for the preparation of a five-year strategic sector plan was launched early last November by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) of the Government of Southern Sudan (GoSS). A team...
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