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This study, coordinated by CLADE and OMEP, shares the findings obtained from the documentary analysis and interviews, analyzing the international context of educational evaluations, the evaluation trends in the Latin American countries of reference (Argentina, Panama, Peru and the Dominican Republic) and its evaluative policies 
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The OMEP World President, Mercedes Mayol Lassalle has been reelected for the period 2022/23 as a member of the Coordinating Group of the Collective Consultation of NGOs in Education 2030 (CCNGO/ED2030) of UNESCO. Since its creation, UNESCO considers Non-Governmental Organizations key partners in fulfilling its 
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The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is 32 years old, so why do we still need to discuss children’s rights? This question is addressed in different ways around the world. One common answer is that the UNCRC (UN, 1989), although ratified 
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OMEP is actively participating in the 41st General Conference of UNESCO through its representatives: Lisbeth Gouin and Danièle Perruchon, President of OMEP France. The conference began on November 6 and brings together political leaders, activists and specialists from countries until November 24. On Wednesday 11, 
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Children’s Right to High-Quality Education and Care 22-23 October 2021 at a Microsoft Teams platform Conferences are organised by Adam Mickiewicz University and Polish Committee of OMEP. Participating by OMEP: Mayol Lassalle, World President Ingrid Engdahl, VP EuropeRenata Michalak, PolandEwa Lewandowska, Poland Adrijana Visnjic Jevtic, Croatia 
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OMEP Seminar Series 2021-2022 Early childhood care and education (ECCE) in debate Friday, October 8th, 2021 2:00 pm Buenos Aires  2:00 pm Santiago de Chile 2:00 pm São Paulo 1:00 pm New York  5:00 pm Ghana  LIVE on YouTube: @omepworldtv The webinar will include keynote 
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(A family of migrants crosses the Rio Grande in Ciudad Acuna, México, Sept. 18. Sergio Flores- Washington Post) Haitian toddlers, babies and their parents came from far away and believed in their destination because they were told they would find hope for a life of 
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In everyday language, boys and girls are defined, from an outside observation, by a characteristic, a personality trait, a behaviour: “This boy is smart, that one is vivacious, this is a sweet and kind girl, that one is slow at understanding, this girl is troubled, 
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The emergency that was installed worldwide this year revealed the existing inequality in the societies of the XXI century. The most vulnerable population groups are being the most affected, not only by the health crisis that each country is differently facing, but also because of 
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‘The Committee interprets the right to education during early childhood as beginning at birth and closely linked to young children’s right to maximum development’. If we take this statement by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child as[1] [2] [3]  a starting point, where might 
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