Educaid.be organises a series of five webinars on Education in Development. Each digital session will address a specific theme linked to education and training.  

The objective of these webinars is to inspire professional actors working on education and training in the framework of international cooperation. It is primarily open to Educaid.be members and their partners, as well as to other actors of the Belgian development cooperation.

Each 60-minutes session will first start with a general perspective of the topic and an overview of the achievements realised by Educaid.be over the last five years. Then two experts will present their experiences from an operational perspective along with their recommendations that will be discussed by all participants during a Q&A session.

  • Recordings and presentations of the five webinars will be available on this website
  • Language: English & French (simultaneous translation)
  • Participation is free but registration for each session is required

28 October 2021 | Education in Emergency

In several partner countries, education is subject to violent attacks by armed groups. How can actors react to a deteriorating context?  How do we guarantee the right to education for every child, including in health, conflict and environmental emergencies? How do we enforce the principles of the  ‘Safe Schools Declaration’?  

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25 November 2021 | Teacher training

Teachers and trainers play a crucial role in achieving the goal of inclusive and quality education for all. Every learner has the right to a trained teacher. The pandemic has shown us the importance of a resilient teacher workforce, for which continuous professional development is essential.

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2 December 2021 | Early Childhood Development

Interventions in early childhood education are key for a successful education. They are crucial for the cognitive, motor, social and emotional development of children and can also improve the young mother's reintegration into the education system or access to decent work.

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9 December 2021 | Dual training and entrepreneurship as stepping stones to decent work

Technical and vocational skills can lead to decent work and sustainable income, a higher standard of living and successful social integration. For the society, the benefits of TVET are sustainable economic growth, an effective fight against youth unemployment, a reduction in poverty and greater social cohesion.

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16 December 2021 | Education and climate link

Climate change is one of the main challenges of our generations. How does climate impact schooling? How can this challenge become an integral part of education at all different levels? Ecological school buildings, green infrastructure, skills for the green and circular economy,…

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