The 2020 GEM Report on inclusion and education, All means all, will be launched on the 23rd June. It calls on countries to concentrate on those being left behind and to move towards inclusion and education – a particularly poignant message for those now rebuilding their school systems after the arrival of Covid-19.
With a shift to an online launch, we have many different activities for people to join, hoping to reach all our different audiences around the world. Please join us and help share our messages in the run up to launch day.
Please register for our online Global Launch Event on 23 June to hear from inclusion champions, ministers, teachers and celebrities whose stories and efforts go to the very heart of the theme of inclusion.
Please register for a World Bank and GEM Report high-level dialogue on 25 June looking at the importance of partnering to ensure a focus on inclusion in education in the aftermath of the pandemic.
ANY QUESTIONS ANSWERED – for academics
Take part in a session designed for academics to have Your Questions Answered on the 2020 GEM Report in a written live online discussion on 29 June. The series will offer academics a direct line of communication with the GEM Report’s authors all day, who will respond to your questions and reactions to the Report’s new evidence, data and recommendations. It will be hosted on the GEM Report’s World Education Blog, with queries and answers posted as comments – and replies to comments – and public for all to see. To confirm your interest in taking part email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join our Twitter Q&A with Ministers of Education
The GEM Report have launched a Twitter Q&A on their policies on inclusion with ministers of education from sub-Saharan Africa. The first Ministers taking part in the campaign are @MatthewOPrempeh (Ghana) and @dsengeh (Sierra Leone) Tweet your question to the Minister you choose including @GEMReport and #AllmeansAll to take part. We will interview the ministers and share their responses to the questions you pose in a podcast series released later in the month.
Find out about our social media activities
- One Big Idea campaign: We have been calling for “One Big Idea” from youth between the ages of 15 – 35 on how to achieve an inclusive education system in the ten years left in the decade of action towards 2030. We will be announcing the best ideas at the end of the month on @GEMReport. Watch this space!
- Champions of inclusion: Don’t miss the stories of the ten global champions for inclusion nominated during our 2020 campaign and now being featured on our blog.
- Photo competition winners: Be sure to follow the Report on Instagram to see the winning images from the 2020 GEM Report photo competition.
- Sign-up campaign: Sign up here to receive your copy of the 2020 GEM Report as soon as it’s released.