Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'éducation, la science et la culture
ENTRETIENS DU XXIe SIECLE : " L'ÉDUCATION POUR TOUS : TOUJOURS POUR DEMAIN ? "

Paris - La 21ème séance des Entretiens du XXIe siècle se tiendra le 18 juin (*) au siège de l'UNESCO à Paris, sur le thème : "L'éducation pour tous : toujours pour demain ?"
Cet entretien, organisé à l'occasion du second anniversaire du Forum mondial sur l'éducation qui s'est tenu à Dakar en 2000, réunit trois personnalités:

- Michel Serres, a French writer and philosopher, member of the Académie Française and a professor at Stanford University,
- Erum Mariam, head of the education programme of the Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC), an NGO which has put more than 1.2 million children from poor families into school, two-thirds of them girls.
- Mélégué Maurice Traoré, president of Burkina Faso's parliament and former minister of secondary and higher education and scientific research.

UNESCO Director-General Koïchiro Matsuura will open the session with UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Education Sir John Daniel, who is a former head of Britain's Open University. Also taking part will be Jérôme Bindé, Director of UNESCO's Division of Foresight, Philosophy and Human Sciences, which is organizes the 21st Century Talks series.

(*) 6.30 p.m., UNESCO Headquarters, Room II, 125 ave. de Suffren, 75007 Paris.

Journalists wishing to attend should register with the UNESCO Press Service
Tel: 01 45 68 17 45



 
Auteur(s) UNESCOPRESSE
Source Avis aux Médias No.2002-22
Date de publication 13 Jun 2002
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