Tag Archives: Dakar retrospective blog series

Engaging with EFA: Where have all the lessons gone?

This is the eighth in a series looking back to Dakar in order to draw lessons for those working on new education targets post-2015. This blog is by Cream Wright, who engaged continuously with EFA and the MDGs as a representative … Continue reading

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Financing the massive education catch-up needed in sub-Saharan Africa  

This is the seventh in a series of blogs taking a retrospective view of the Education for All agenda and its subsequent implementation. This blog is by Birger Fredriksen, who was a member of the World Bank’s team attending the Dakar World … Continue reading

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Looking forward and backward: From Jomtien through Dakar and the MDGs to the post-2015 agenda

This is the sixth in a series of blogs taking a retrospective view of the EFA agenda and its implementation. This blog looks back to Jomtien through Dakar and the MDGs, then to the future and post-2015 agenda. It is written … Continue reading

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The role of civil society in the Dakar World Education Forum

This is the fifth in a series of blogs taking a retrospective view of the EFA agenda and its implementation. This blog looks back to the World Education Conference in Dakar in 2000 from the perspective of David Archer, Head of … Continue reading

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A personal perspective on the follow up after Dakar

This is the fourth in a series of blogs taking a retrospective view of the Education for All agenda and its subsequent implementation. This blog is by Clinton Robinson, who was an independent consultant working for UNESCO at the start of … Continue reading

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Writing the Dakar Framework: “the hardest 20 paragraphs of my life”

This is the third in a series of blogs taking a retrospective view of the Education for All agenda and its subsequent implementation. In this blog, Maris O’Rourke looks at leadership issues at Dakar and the difficulties of putting pen to … Continue reading

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The Dakar process: Substance over politics

This blog looks back to the World Education Conference in Dakar in 2000 from the perspective of Abhimanyu Singh, Director UNESCO, Beijing. In the years leading up to Dakar, Abhimanyu was national EFA coordinator for India, rapporteur for the Asian … Continue reading

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