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Onsite Parallel Session - 1

Day 1 - Monday, July 22, 2024 - 10:30 am to 12:00 pm - Room KLRKG-70

Each presenter should present for about 15 minutes. In a 90 minute parallel session, there will normally be 5 presenters. Thus, about 75 minutes should be consumed in presentations while leaving about 15 minutes for discussion/ Q&A.

The Chair of a parallel session will determine a suitable time duration for each presentation depending upon the actual number of presenters in the session. It is important to start & finish the sessions on time in order to vacate the room for the next session. If the assigned Chair of a parallel session is absent for any reason, one of the participants should assume this role in consultation with the other participants.

Presenters are expected to bring their own laptops and connect to the AV projector to avoid computer virus transmission.


Fostering knowledge-driven transformation in times of uncertainty: Collaborative research in education (Moderators: Sobhi Tawil & Keith Holmes, UNESCO, Paris, France; Respondent: Sylvia van de Bunt, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

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Elena Toukan, UNESCO, Paris, France

Envisioning a world-wide research agenda to renew futures of education.


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Charles Hopkins, York University, Canada

Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) - a key enabler for sustainable futures? Perspectives from research and policy 1992-2024.

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Aaron Benavot, University at Albany-SUNY, USA

How distinctive are conceptions of global citizenship in Asian education systems? Emergent concepts in the intended curriculum of 20 Asian and Pacific countries.

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Miki Sugimura, Sophia University, Japan

The Role of Universities’ collaboration and network in development of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) for enhancing interdisciplinary education and research from the Asian Perspective.

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