UNESCO and its partners have designed a monitoring framework for the Education 2030 Agenda, but for those not involved in the development process, the SDG 4 data framework can pose a challenge. To address this, NORRAG is organizing two brown bag lunches on “Understanding the monitoring of SDG 4: Targets, actors, data and resources,” with the support of the Education Network of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).
The series aims to provide members of the education community in Geneva and beyond with an opportunity to get familiar with the requirements and frameworks for monitoring SDG 4 targets, whether at the global or local level. The short series will provide the most recent information about SDG 4 monitoring frameworks, and seeks to introduce stakeholders to tools and practical examples for finding and/or producing SDG 4 indicators.
The brown bag series is oriented towards stakeholders in Geneva, including staff at international organizations, NGOs, and individuals engaged in the SDG 4 agenda. The events are scheduled for the 11th and 13th of July, 2018and will take place over lunch in 90-minute sessions at the Graduate Institute, Geneva. Lunch will be provided, and the format will include an in-depth expert presentation followed by an informal Q&A session.
When: 11 & 13 July
Where: The Graduate Institute, Geneva & live streaming on the NORRAG social media channels