The World Conference on Early Childhood Care and Education today continued its program with the so-called “Solutions Day”, in which OMEP participated in two Parallel Sessions.
The session “Building and strengthening legal framework on ECCE rights: Achievements, challenges and actions for change” dialogue and experience sharing between country representatives and experts, aims to further promote reflection on strengthening national legal and policy frameworks on ECCE (Early Childhood Care and Education), and was sponsored by OMEP, together with Delphine Dorsi from Right to Education Initiative and Bede Shepard from Human Rights Watch, CLADE and the Oxford Human Rights Hub.
Then, in the session “Greening ECCE for inclusive and sustainable development” the challenges, priorities and possible solutions and promising practices that can be implemented with respect to greening ECCE for sustainability and inclusion were presented and discussed, reaffirming the central role of education and learning in the common search for sustainable development in a context of global climate, environmental and social crisis. Ingrid Pramling Samuelsson, former OMEP World President, made the keynote presentation and Adrijana Višnjić-Jevtić, OMEP Regional Vice President for Europe, participated as an partner speaker.
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