Milestone meeting on new education agenda highlights equity and inclusion

|Source: Herald Globe|
Young students in Chad. Credit: Educate a Child

This event organized on the sidelines of the first High-Level Political Forum, brought together the Prime Minister of Norway, the President of the UN Economic and Social Council Ambassador and high-ranking representatives from government, UN agencies and the Global Partnership for Education to discuss strategies to advance the Education 2030 Agenda.

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