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close this bookWorld Conference on Education for All: Meeting Basic Learning Needs - Final Report (UNICEF - UNDP - UNESCO - WB - WCEFA, 1990, 129 p.)
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Illustrative Roundtables

I-1 North America: Adult Literacy in Canada and the United States


Joan Linzey, National Director, Special Projects, Literacy Secretariat, Department of State, Canada


Jean Unda, Basic Education for Skills Training, Ontario Federation of Labour, Canada

Anthony Sarmiento, Assistant Director of Education, American Federation of Labor, USA

John Comings, Vice President, World Education, USA

I-2 Education in Thailand: A Road to Life-Long Learning


Mana Ratanakoses, Minister of Education, Thailand


Ruang Chareonchai, Deputy Permanent Secretary for Education, Ministry of Education

Kasama Varavarn, Director of Planning Division, Nonformal Education Department, Ministry of Education

Panom Pongpaibol, Ministry of Education

Chantavit Sujatanjond, Chief, International Relations Section, Educational Information Division, Office of the National Education Commission

I-3 Education of the Girl-Child in South Asia


Shahnaz Wazir Ali, Minister of State for Education, Pakistan


Faisal Abed, Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee, Bangladesh

Kiran Dhingra, Director of Primary Education, Ministry of Education, India

Neelam Pasnet, Chief, Women's Education Project, Ministry of Education and Culture, Nepal

I-4 The Iraqi Experience: Integration Between Primary Education Literacy and Post Literacy


Abdul Kader Iz Al-Deen, Minister of Education, Iraq


Khalil Hamash, Director General of Cultural Relations

Badie Mahmoud Mubarak, Educational Researcher, Ministry of Education

Jasem El Safi, Director, Educational Television, Ministry of Education

I-5 The Fight Against Illiteracy: A Challenge for Europe


Veronique Esperandieu, Executive Secretary, Standing Group Against Illiteracy (GPLI), France


Marie-France Hau-Rouchard, Chargee de Mission, Standing Group Against Illiteracy (GPLI), France

Pierre Freynet, University for Continuing Education, France

Isabelle Deble, President, French National Commission for UNESCO, France

I-6 Korea: Policy Strategies for Fundamental Literacy and The Thinking Ability Development Project


Won-shik Chung, Minister of Education, Korea


Se-ho Shin, President, Korean Educational Development Institute

Un-shil Choi, Associate Fellow, Chief of Lifelong Education Research Unit, Korean Education Development Institute

Kyung-Chul Huh, Korean Educational Development Institute

I-7 Mali: Education for All - A Utopia?


Gakou Fatou Niang, Vice-President, Economic and Social Council


Toure Mariam Barakou, Counsellor, Ministry of Education

Hamadoun Sidibe, Director, Education Projects

Brehima Doumbia, Director, Literacy and Applied Linguistics

I-8 Plan of Action for the Sahel


Su Ly, Minister of Education, Mali


Mamadou Fadiga, Director of Educational Planning, Senegal

Manuel Barcelos Rambout, Minister of Education, Guinea Bissau

Androrsino Tolentino, Minister of Education, Cape Verde

I-9 The Role of Non-governmental Organizations in Basic Education Through Radio in Latin America


Luis Lobo, Advisor to the Director General, Central Rede Globo, Brazil


Eloy Arribas, President of the National Coordinator of Peruvian Radio, Member of the Executive Board of Asociaciatinoamericana de Educaciadiofa (ALER)

I-10 The Ecuadorian National Plan of Education


Alfredo Vera, Minister of Education and Culture, Ecuador


Augusto Abendazo, National Director of Planning

Raul Vallejo, Executive Director, National Campaign on Literacy

I-11 USSR From Elimination of Illiteracy Towards a New Conception of Literacy On the Threshold of the Twenty-First Century


Gennady Yagodin, Chairman, USSR State Committee for Public Education


Nikolay Karlov, Member of Parliament, USSR

Pierre Luisoni, Delegate for International Relations, Swiss Conference of Cantonal Directors of Public Education

I-12 Basic Education in Caribbean Schools


Louis George, Minister of Education, St. Lucia


Cyril Walker, Minister of Education, Barbados

Errol Miller, University of the West Indies, Jamaica

Stanley Lamp, Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Education, Netherlands Antilles

I-13 Participatory Learning in the National Literacy Campaign in Nepal and Education for Rural Areas in Afghanistan


Khodaidad Basher Mal, Minister of Education, Afghanistan


C.K. Shrestha, Nepal Representative, World Education

L.N. Belbase, Member, National Planning Commission, Nepal

I-14 Mobilization of Resources for Education for All: Kenya


Peter Oloo-Aringo, Minister of Education, Kenya


G. Eshiwani, Principal, College of Agriculture and Technology, Jomo Kenyatta University

Gabriel Muita, Coordinator, Media Services, Kenya Institute of Education

C.J. Chacha-Ogwe, Secretary General, Kenya National Commission for UNESCO

Benjamin Kipkulei, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education

I-15 Out-of-School Education in the Caribbean


Winston Dookeran, Minister of Planning and Mobilization, Trinidad and Tobago


Herre Jean-Charles, Coordinator, National Commission for Education, Member of Institute for Literacy and Community Participation

Clive Pantin, Minister of Education, Trinidad and Tobago

Leila Thomas, Director, JAMAL Foundation, Jamaica

I-16 Development and Reform of Basic Education in China


Teng Teng, Vice Chairman of State Education Commission, National Commission for UNESCO


Cai Keong, Deputy Director, Education Development Studies Center

Lin Shang-Zen, Director, International Department of All-China Women's Federation

Wu Rong-Li, Deputy Director of Education Department, Ministry of Finance

I-17 The Colombian New School Programme: An Active and Flexible Approach to Basic Education in the Rural Areas


Manuel Francisco Becerra, Minister of Education, Colombia


Vicky Colbert, Regional Education Advisor for UNICEF, Colombia

Jairo Arboleda, Director for Colombia's Save the Children Foundation

Jorge Enrique Vargas, Subdirector of the Department for National Planning

I-18 Zimbabwe: Political Mobilization in Enhancing Basic Education in a Newly Independent Nation


I.M. Sibanda, Permanent Secretary for Education and Culture, Zimbabwe


Q.M. Bhila, Deputy Secretary, Nonformal Education Division

C. Bon-Stewart, Government Consultant on Community Publishing Program

J.J. Mhlanga, Secretary General, Zimbabwe National Commission for UNESCO

Fay Chung, Minister of Education

T. Masaya, Deputy Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development

I-19 USA: Programme Assessment and Indicators for Education Policy


Thomas Kean, President, Drew University


Gordon Ambach, Executive Director, Council of Chief State School Officers

Christopher Cross, Assistant Secretary, Education, Research and Improvement, United States Department of Education

I-20 The Development of Japan's Modern Education with Particular Reference to Primary Education


Isao Amagi, Chairman, Japanese National Commission for UNESCO and Special Advisor to the Minister, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan


Shigeo Miyamoto, Director, Research Planning and Coordination Division, National Institute for Educational Research

Tadashi Inumaru, Director-General, Asian Cultural Centre for UNESCO

Taichi Sasaoka, Executive Director, Asian Cultural Centre for UNESCO

I-21 The Education System of Morocco: Restructuring and Reform


Mohammed Baroudi, Inspector General in Charge of International Cooperation


Smyej Abderrahmane, Chief Adviser, Director of Private Education

Mohammed Boulasri, Director, Social Affairs

El-Mostafa Hddigui, Chief, Division of Studies and Objectives

I-22 Education for All: The Philippine Plan of Action 1990-2000


L.R. Quisumbing, Secretary General, National Commission for UNESCO


Victor Ordonez, Under Secretary of Education, Department of Education, Culture and Sports

I-23 Coping with the Crisis in Education in Nigeria


A.B. Fafunwa, Minister of Education, Nigeria


Segun Adesina, Executive Secretary, Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC)

Peter Odor, Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC)

H. Marinho, Secretary-General, Nigerian National Commission for UNESCO

Teresa Chukuma, Director of Primary and Secondary Education

I-24 Plan of Action for Education Reform in Jordan


Mohammad Hamdan, Minister of Education and Higher Education, Jordan


Victor Billeh, President, National Center for Education Research and Development

Izzat Jaradat, Director General, Planning and Research, Ministry of Education