Breakout Session “Fostering Inclusiveness and Integration through Global Education”

Baku, April 27, AZERTAC

Breakout Session “Fostering Inclusiveness and Integration through Global Education” offered the opportunity to explore the different kinds of global education that are helpful in fostering inclusiveness and integration with the goal of creating inclusive societies.

The session`s moderator was Ekaterina Chimiris, Education Officer, Russian International Affairs Council.

Speakers included Tariq Ali Al-Ansari, Director, International Technical Cooperation Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Qatar, Ahmed Salim,

Managing Director 1001 Inventions, Mohammed Abu-Nimer, Senior Adviser to Secretary-General, KAICIID, Olga Kuznetsova, Head of International Cooperation Administration, Siberian Federal University, Firidun Qurbanov, Deputy Minister of Education of Azerbaijan.

At the breakout session, university officials from Russia discussed the role of educational establishments in civilizational dialogue. They shared their experience of integrating foreign students and a vision for better understanding between nations via educational exchanges.

Other speakers spoke on the role of international cooperation in development of education, education for sustainability, the potential and challenges of e-education in the promotion of global education, human rights education and education for conflict and peace resolution.

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