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DAY 3 - Wednesday, 9 October 2019

 

Interactive panel: Innovative teaching tools for tertiary education - a myth or do they exist?

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Panellists:

  • James Lang, Lector, Assumption College, United States of America
  • Sharistan Anna Melkonian, Dean of General Education, American University of Armenia

Moderator: Bianca Kopp, E4J Tertiary Education Coordinator, UNODC

Presentation:

Graphic recording: Camilo Melgar

Interactive discussion: Integrating gender perspectives into education - why it matters for education on the rule of law

Panellists:

  • Leyla Tavernaro-Haidarian, Senior Research Fellow, University of Johannesburg, South Africa / Austria
  • Gilberto Duarte, E4J Secondary Education Coordinator, UNODC
  • Carolyn Seaman, Founder and Creative Director, Girls Voices Initiative, Nigeria
  • Aditya Soma, CMO, Worldview Education, India
  • Marisol Aguilar Contreras, E4J Focal Point for Activities in Mexico, UNODC Liaison and Partnership Office in Mexico

Moderator: Hanna Sands, Programme Coordinator (Gender), Office of the Executive Director, UNODC

Interactive discussion: Working together to make the world safer from crime - education matters

Panellists:

  • Math Noortmann, Executive Director, Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS), United Kingdom
  • Christina Bwana, Chief Product Officer, UBONGO, Tanzania
  • Leonardo Parraga, Executive Director / Youth Ambassador, The BogotArt Foundation / The Peace Palace, Colombia
  • Faye Taylor, Head of Strategic Partnerships, The Association of Commonwealth Universities, United Kingdom

Moderator: Lulua Asaad, E4J Primary Education Coordinator, UNODC

Conclusion & recommendations

 
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