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Welcome Note from the Co-Convenors

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Post-2015 Global Thematic Consultation on Education

Welcome Note from the Co-Convenors

 

UNESCO and UNICEF are very pleased to announce the launch of the Global Consultation on Education and invite you to participate. This is one of a series of country and global thematic consultations that the United Nations Development Group (UNDG) is convening with the aim to ensure a diversity of voices in conversations on the shape and content of the Post-2015 Development Agenda.  One of the themes that has been identified as a matter of critical importance is education.

 

The Global Consultation on Education is an inclusive, participatory and democratic process for young people, civil society, non-governmental organizations, governments, academia, media, the UN system and the private sector entities from around the world to contribute their experiences and ideas on how to improve education around the world. The consultation will help review progress on the Education for All (EFA) goals and the MDGs and discuss how to ensure that the issues around education are effectively addressed and have a central place in a new development framework after 2015.

 

Running from now until March 2013, and leveraging technology and social media tools to engage participants in online, moderated e-discussions, the Education Consultation will embrace four specific areas: 1.  Equitable Access to Education;  2. Quality of Learning;  3. Global Citizenship, Skills and Jobs; 4. Governance and Financing of Education. Each of the four e-discussions will last approximately two weeks. The first discussion on Equitable Access to Education runs from 10 December to 24 December.

 

This is a unique opportunity for you to participate and contribute with your recommendations and suggestions. On the public, open-access discussion forum you are welcome to talk about education-related issues that you think should be a priority in the next development agenda.   We encourage you to post your ideas and thoughts as an individual or a group and share the voices of the persons, organizations or communities you represent as well as to invite individuals and organizations to take part in this conversation. Views and comments can be posted in any of the 60 languages that the Google translator supports on the web space.

 

The results of e-discussions will be presented in a synthesis report form at the Education Leadership Meeting in Dakar, Senegal in February 2013. A final summary report will then feed into the High Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda (HLP), as well as to the inter-governmental debate on the post-2015 development agenda at the 2013 UN General Assembly.

 

Join the Consultation today at http://www.worldwewant2015.org/education2015. Voice your opinion in the e-discussions and shape the future of education! Spread the word using #Education2015 and follow us on Twitter; review and comment on education resources on the web space; post and share your or your organization’s work related to education; blog and comment on other participants’ contributions.

 

We are looking forward to your participation in this important and exciting conversation.  

 

With best regards,

 

Olav Seim, Director, Education for All (EFA) Global Partnerships Team, UNESCO

Jordan Naidoo, Senior Education Advisor, UNICEF

Co-Convenors of the Post-2015 Global Thematic Consultation on Education

 

For more info, please contact: education@worldwewant2015.org

 

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Cary Lee Peterson, LL.D. "H.E. Cary Lee Peterson, Official NGO Representaive for United Nations, New York HQ at CFCCES" from United States of America
Wed, December 11, 2013 at 11.37 am
Awareness is one element but securing the funding for these ideas or programs is pertinent. Too many CSOs and groups discuss ideas and do not focus on the ideas to generate he operating overhead and working capital to start-up and maintain the educational program. Forums and workshops should start 2014 delegations with this concept. Operating matters should be relevant and apparent already., so not much need to focus on getting started once a infrastructure demonstration or example is established and agreed upon.
TOMORROW AFRICA
Wed, December 11, 2013 at 10.54 am
In respect to our previous contribution on education, we want to pose the question on -How the need for children parliaments can be instituted within schools for the purpose of self-reorientation of peers on; the need for education, child rights on education for the rural peers- children advocating for their peers within government policies or programs....Same way the media industry uses children to advertise their products to fellow peers...and the general public

I think there is need for networks and cooperation amongst all end users
Asheesh Kumar Pandey Need to work hard in ground level for the India like developing country from India
Thu, September 12, 2013 at 04.46 am
I think we should not only work for World we want 2015 by simply doing awareness by internet but need to do lots in realistic world.
Cary Lee Peterson, LL.D. "H.E. Cary Lee Peterson, ECCO2 Global Partners Chairman-CEO and Goodwill Ambassador" from United States of America
Thu, September 12, 2013 at 05.44 am
I agree. Anyone interested should take a took at what we're currently doing in Senegal and West Africa now.

https://www.facebook.com/sedhiouorg


H.E. Cary Lee Peterson
Co-Chair and Executive Director and Honorary Ambassador-at-Large
/at/ New Millennium Economic Freedom City – Cité LEM,
NGO Director and Official Representative for United Nations, New York HQ
at Centre for Climate Change and Environmental Studies,
an Organization in Special ECOSOC Status,
& Chairman-President of Board for ECCO2 Corp
Asheesh Kumar Pandey Need to work hard in ground level for the India like developing country from India
Thu, September 12, 2013 at 04.43 am
I think we should not only work for World we want 2015 by simply doing awareness by internet but need to do lots in realistic world.
ECCO2 Corp and Centre for Climate Change & Environmental Study (Special ECOSOC)
Thu, September 12, 2013 at 02.33 am
The direct and associated personnel of the United Nations, collectively should observe and establish a framework convention for MDGs that governs the infrastructures of each program by category to prevent misrepresentation when cooperating with government agencies, who vary by region due to elements such as eco-systems, financial economy, and politics.

Since creating the ‘road map’ and ‘table of contents’ is most pertinent getting started prior to deploying any operations that incur hard costs (expenditures) that upset the financial aid sources that agreed upon specific terms and conditions for their endowment, contribution, or loan. This is something that has to be clarified before getting started to assure lower casualty loss due to human error.

Lines of communication with Member Parties can make deployment much easier for NGOs to further their program initiatives success, which in return more robust and sustainable programs that affect the civilians. I could name a handful of head government administrations that are guilty of making feeble decisions when pursuing to establish a cooperation with civil society organizations in order to acquire the cash infusions and support from lenders to enable the social development in their nation that funds the construction and labor to open a hospital, a church, or a school.

Many organizations, whether governmental or NGO become flustered because of their inability to cooperate business and political initiatives in a harmonious manner. Thus, time is wasted and participants neglect the primary focus [MDG’s that enable the civilians and the their environment], creating a counter-productive chain of events that halt financial aid funds to be released by the financiers and sponsors. They observe this instability and may delay the avail of funds due to concerns that the engagement is not robust and display inconsistent activities that will trigger one or more breaches in the memorandum of understanding (MOU), treaty, or any similar agreement established by a committee or group.

Overall, the transparent correspondence and rational observation and education on global commerce is ideal when considering the commencement of any new development of any kind. Stages of development for cooking a meal for your family are the same as planning construction of a housing development project. Each activity should have an epitome to reflect upon, whether your vision emulates the original example or holds various modifications to it.

I will close by saying that we must re-identify what a eco-sustainable education system looks like and the fundamentals that support its operations. I feel that this focal point and grid has been misdirected due to many of us planning for the next UN meeting or conference for so long, that many of us who are well educated and experienced professionals of public society (e.g.; education, health, finance; etc.) forgot why or how to execute a sufficient [program or project] launch, development, and maintain a successful philanthropatic education program. Its time to go back to the basics!


H.E. Cary Lee Peterson
Co-Chair and Executive Director and Honorary Ambassador-at-Large
/at/ New Millennium Economic Freedom City – Cité LEM,
NGO Director and Official Representative for United Nations, New York HQ
at Centre for Climate Change and Environmental Studies,
an Organization in Special ECOSOC Status,
& Chairman-President of Board for ECCO2 Corp
Carole Diamante research faculty from Philippines
Tue, August 13, 2013 at 01.48 am
I sincerely thank everyone for the opportunity to be heard. This alone empowers everyone: being heard. Education on a global scale is always possible especially when there are people like us who continously believe that we can make it happen. However, as is the case here in the Philippines, the microsetting looks so painfully upsetting. Even with free public education for all, a huge number of children are still out of schools. My wishful thinking: if all the educated (adults and even the youth) makes a ripple movement to reach out and offer our share of the education we have to those who have not, then things might be better. Institutionalizing basic things like education, creating more programs and shoveling in more funds for such a cause had been done and re done but the situation is still the same. Personal accountability, personal pay back attitude, personal touch, personal hopes and dreams coming true is better achieved. It makes the beneficiaries PERSONS as well.
Carole Diamante from Philippines
Tue, August 13, 2013 at 01.48 am
I sincerely thank everyone for the opportunity to be heard. This alone empowers everyone: being heard. Education on a global scale is always possible especially when there are people like us who continously believe that we can make it happen. However, as is the case here in the Philippines, the microsetting looks so painfully upsetting. Even with free public education for all, a huge number of children are still out of schools. My wishful thinking: if all the educated (adults and even the youth) makes a ripple movement to reach out and offer our share of the education we have to those who have not, then things might be better. Institutionalizing basic things like education, creating more programs and shoveling in more funds for such a cause had been done and re done but the situation is still the same. Personal accountability, personal pay back attitude, personal touch, personal hopes and dreams coming true is better achieved. It makes the beneficiaries PERSONS as well.
Job oriented education from India
Wed, July 10, 2013 at 05.44 pm
Education for everyone..............................................
Fernanda Sangüeza Ruiz from Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
Fri, June 28, 2013 at 03.00 am
En el país en el que me encuentro la educación es un tema muy delicado. muchos conocemos la discriminación que existe hoy en día y para muchas personas aquí es muy difícil tener acceso a la educación lo cual es muy lamentable. se tiene que tomar demasiados aspectos para poder mejorar esta cuestión a tratar empezando por la igualdad y la base económica que es uno de los mayores obstáculos para una buena educación, el trato social es muy diferenciado en pocas palabras quien tiene mejor acceso económico tiene una buena educación y los demás una educación mediocre. pero como un niño puede asistir a una escuela si muchas veces por las necesidades de su hogar necesita salir a trabajar? como se puede enseñar a un niño el cuál esta limitado físicamente? es tan lamentable que los gobiernos antes de pensar en la educación, en los niños quienes son nuestro futuro, más están preocupados en problemas triviales. hoy en día a cuantos niños se los ve rogando por una moneda mientras podrían estar en una escuela aprendiendo, la insensibilidad y materialismo nos llevaron a esto... hay que partir concientizandonos nosotros mismos. como política personal propondría la creación de centros en los cuales los niños de escasos recurso puedan hacer diversos trabajos en el cual tengan un salario pero a la vez en esos centros reciban la educación correspondiente de esa manera no tendrían que estar en las calles expuestos a tantos peligros y a ser corrompidos por la gente mala que nunca falta.
Raphael Dogo Expert Handicap et Réadaptation from Cote d'Ivoire
Sat, March 23, 2013 at 12.53 am
Malgré la signature de la déclaration de Salamanque en Espagne (UNESCO) en 1994 sur l'éducation pour tous, la Côte d'Ivoire n'a pas amorcé une véritable ligne droite vers une meilleure intégration des élèves et étudiants handicapés dans le système scolaire et universitaire ordinaire. Or sans éducation, l'on ressent les effets du handicap à divers niveau de la vie. Il serait donc urgent de mettre en place un plan d'urgence dans ce domaine dans notre pays.
Believing and acting as we can from Kenya
Tue, March 19, 2013 at 10.33 am
As persons with disabilities, i believe we are the first ones who should show the society that we can make it. Most of the time we rely on the society to do everything for us and that’s why it sees us as disabled and unabled. It is time we rose from our comfort zones and air our voices out and i believe society will be ready to embrace our voices since we would have shown that, all is possible, we have the abilities....let us get moving friends
Sandeep Goswami Chief consultant from India
Mon, March 18, 2013 at 04.53 am
Dear UN & Participants,

Thank you, for providing me the opportunity to partake in Post-2015 Global Thematic Consultation on Education. I would like to focus on the agenda -3. Global Citizenship, Skills and Jobs;

While I do not understand why we need to wait till 2015 to bring in the sense of Global Citizenship 3 years into the future, when the Globe is warming up to unprecedented levels NOW. I concede that something is always better than nothing.

It is high time that the process of education, both imparting it and learning it must change. Each subject that is taught must integrate within itself the skill to provide jobs which are absolutely sustainable for the planet.

We have to incorporate skills, in future Engineers, Lawyers and MBA's to be able to discern between wealth and riches. The flawed economics of profit & loss need to be discarded and young minds taught the concept of zero opportunity - more opportunity - less opportunity. That is; profit and a little less profit, rather than loss should be the word.

How much is enough, must be clearly defined. In weight & measures, beyond which extraction and exploitations can stop, once the target for the year is achieved.

Jobs must have work hours of 8 hours only. If the business slows down because of incompletion of a task, innovation must be applied to see what is possible to achieve within those hours rather than setting impossible goals.

The Planet has a day & night. Animals who live by the day rest at night and vice-versa. It is time "human" start considering them as one of the animal species which inhabit earth and live by the rules of animal kingdom.

Gods live in heaven. If we go the way we are. We shall all become Gods, and take the rest with us too.

Regards,
Sandeep Goswami
The Earth Patriot.
www.oyeta936.wordpress.com
Atilla CAVKAYTAR Atilla Cavkaytar from Turkey
Sun, March 17, 2013 at 12.00 pm
Dear all
Thank you very much for very important discussion about disabilities.
First of all, all of country that signed human rights decleration should make all arrangements for access to education of all children with disabilites. And all countries should work for improving quality of life people with disabilities.
Meenakshi Balasubramanian from India
Sat, March 16, 2013 at 06.30 am
Dear All,

Thank you for inviting me for this crucial discussion online.

According to us from the disability sector we feel the following to be of utmost importance:
1. Ensure reasonable accommodation and accessibility in all schools so that children with disabilities can participate on an equal basis with others.
2. Learning and examination methods to suit the needs and access of children.
3. Opportunity to pursue beyond primary level and graduate to quality secondary and higher education.
4. Children with disabilities who opts vocational training and skill development must have the same opportunity to career development in the mainstream community leading to work and employment opportunities.
5. The planning must ensure fulfillment of the provisions of articles 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 19 & 24 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with disabilities.
SARAH MWIKALI from Kenya
Tue, March 19, 2013 at 10.11 am
i concur with you Meenakshi, persons with disabilities have undergone much of discrimination and segregation. This era we are in is time to create awareness that we as persons with disabilities have the same mental capacities as others and potential too. i have wrote poems on disability and i have being campaigning for persons with disabilities here in Kenya and i can see the society is changing its mentality
Jack BANTU RUSAGARA Education Spoecialist from Democratic Republic of the Congo
Thu, March 21, 2013 at 02.13 pm
If by experience and from medical as well as psychological view points the disabled do not achieve equal results as their peer, then EDUCATION with SPECIFIC NEEDS should be another concept to think of. I studied pedagogy, but am i trained to care for students with disability? Do all the education facilities take into account this problem, yet gender based needs is far from the reality in develloping country schools? Curricular designers can also argue on the issue; are all the courses on the school agenda usefull for particular categories of learners?. In short, we need particular school facilities, particular teachers, particular lessons,... for particular students.

Jack BANTU R from Bukavu/DR Congo
Andrew Shepherd Policy Researcher from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Sat, March 16, 2013 at 05.33 am
The education consultation has an important meeting in Dakar this week. Last year the Chronic Poverty Advisory Network (www.chronicpovertynetwork.org) produced an education policy guide (http://www.chronicpovertynetwork.org/component/docman/doc_view/50-educat...) which has some very clear potential implications for the post-2015 framework.

It should focus on (i) transitions: between early childhood and school; from primary to post-primary’; between school and work, and on what it takes for poor girls and boys making these transitions; and (ii) education quality at all levels. It will be interesting to see what emerges in Dakar.
Dossè SOSSOUGA from Togo
Mon, March 18, 2013 at 04.27 pm
I 'm very happy that we have the same vision for handicap persons.
Befa Pakistan from Pakistan
Fri, March 15, 2013 at 04.47 pm
Further programmes were arranged to provide quality education to students through up-gradation of 10 schools.
Teacher Training Programmes and the Development of Teacher’s Training Manual for Non-Formal Schools was also taken as a step towards better educational facilities.
Anonymous from
Tue, January 29, 2013 at 06.07 am
Please get together, to teach every one.
Anonymous from
Fri, January 25, 2013 at 02.04 pm
m/s unesco,
the world we want 2015
i do share comments:
i) inter governmental cooperation be minimized, in the way that they expend on planning & managing matters more than the work/targets of education delievery services at grassroot level,
ii) non-governmental organizations of locality of operating area of that member country will be given oppertunity for their roleplay in imparting education of int'l understandings & global citizenship.
iii) the unesco country directors concerned shall be made responsible to undertake such activities by its self in the starting projects or schemes and to manage all processes of planning, monitoring, evaluating, feedback, etc agreed upon/ with the registered NGOs / Nations/ member states.
the the youth , young and senior citizens must be encouraged, nominated, assisted, called to participate in various forthcoming/ anticicipated plans without gender differences , while reviewing the human resource exchange programmes.
iv) scholarships, grants, loans , linkages with philantherapists & state orgnizations be given weightage in formulating new MDGs for 2015 onwards.
employment ratio according to set terms of membership in unesco, must be implemented , reviewed & prioritized to member states in decision making, polivy formulatio and operation / administration at UN main Secratriat and its Offices and even projects in H/Q stations/ work places in true perspective kind heartedly.
the prjects/ programs / schemes/ initiatives must be linked with the certification, marketing , awarding/rewarding certificates/ degrees of education, training, skill developingand/r participating an event in related works on standards acceptable, globally.
the concepts of worlds on the basis of development i.e. developing & / developed countries OR third world/ muslims world or anglicans / non anglicans,, etc must be discouraged in future policies of unesco/ UNO.
oppertunities/ chances shall be provided to get suggestions through pear discussions from educationists/ executives/ NGO runners/ Intellectuals, even after online received recommendations,
please! acknowledge.
yours faithfully,
Abdul Ghaffar Daudpoto ( Ph. D.)
Honorary Coordinator
Education & Development Fund
Abbasi Development Welfare Association (Regd.)
Karachi-Sindh-Pakistan
E-mail : adwa.org.coord@gmail.com

+ aag_2006.daudpoto@yahoo.com
Anonymous from
Sat, January 19, 2013 at 02.26 pm
Why did not we spread education at the local level through social responsibility and as a result of the marginalization of local citizenship
Anonymous from
Fri, January 11, 2013 at 10.30 pm
L'objectif éducation pour tous était une très belle initiative pour promouvoir l'accès à l'éducation pour tout enfant. mais il faut reconnaître que certains pays d’Afrique n'ont pas absolument réaliser cet objectif par manque d'infrastructures pouvant accueillir tous les élèves.
je suis technologue, j'aimerai qu'il soit fixé un objectif portant sur l'utilisation de NTIC dès l'école maternel afin de permettre aux enfants de s’habituer dès les bas ages de cet outil et aussi leur fournir une éducation de qualité. il faudra muser sur une éducation de qualité
Anonymous from
Wed, January 9, 2013 at 06.22 pm
Dear Friends
Greetings
AWAZ needs your comments/suggestions
Pakistan spending only 2.3% of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) on education, Pakistan committed itself to achieve the Universal Primary Education for all – one of the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
5.1 million Children including 63% Girls in Pakistan are out of school, which is the second highest number in the world.
Do you think that Pakistan will achieve target of MDG 2 till 2015?
BELINDA LIZETH CANALES MERAZ from
Tue, December 25, 2012 at 12.31 am
TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS
Jóvenes Organizados de la Comunidad de El lolo

"Los jóvenes de familias de bajos recursos ven vendadas las oportunidades de acceder a niveles educativos intermedios y superiores"

El problema de poca afluencia de población en los centros educativos se debe a la pobreza, la extrema pobreza y a la falta de interés de los mismos jóvenes, especialmente los que viven en zonas urbanas donde sí tienen oportunidades de superarse pero no lo hacen.
Aproximadamente un millón de adolescentes y jóvenes están sin acceso a la educación y esto impacta directamente en el futuro hondureño que está sin ser formado para asumir responsabilidades en cualquier campo del desarrollo nacional, ya sea en la comunicación, en la producción, en el campo agrario, industria, comercio, en la política, en el área de justicia o médica, porque esta generación es la que relevará a la actual y este millón de adolescentes y jóvenes sin acceso a la educación representan el 40% de la población hondureña, lo cual es una situación bastante dramática.

Impacto
A raíz de esto vemos como poco a poco nuestra juventud es más vulnerable a los riesgos sociales de mayores influencias en nuestro país, como ser jóvenes en drogadicción, maras y pandillas, alcoholismo, en cuanto a las niñas y adolescentes mayores índices de prostitución. La realidad en Honduras es muy dura, ya que el grado de violencia en este país es muy alto convirtiéndolo en el tercer país con mayores muertes violentas en adolescentes después de El Salvador y Colombia. Según datos de Casa Alianza Honduras, desde 1998 han sido asesinados 3.494 niños/as y jóvenes menores de 23 años.
La segunda causa es el VIH/SIDA y la tercera es la mortalidad asociada al embarazo. De acuerdo al Informe de Desarrollo Humano 2006 del PNUD, en la percepción ciudadana se vincula a la inseguridad con los y las jóvenes de las maras o pandillas, lo que conlleva un profundo proceso de estigmatización, situación que resulta crítica cuando se potencia por los grandes atrasos del sistema judicial hondureño.




Concluimos

Los jóvenes al no tener educación, no tienen acceso a trabajo y al no tener ninguna de las dos cosas están en la calle, lejos de su familia, y al estar en la calle esto los vincula directamente al tema de la violencia, ya que los adolescentes y jóvenes están en ambientes muy fértiles para el crimen organizado del país y su principal campo que es el narcotráfico, que en Honduras tiene establecidas e instaladas sus bases operativas y hace de los jóvenes y adolescentes su principal recurso para desarrollar la narcoactividad en nuestro territorio.

Si para el gobierno la prioridad fuese la niñez y la juventud principalmente los más pobres, Honduras fuese un país de grandes cambios con oportunidades y calidad de educación. Cada día vemos como los gobiernos actúan de manera corrupta, malgastando los fondos que deben ser invertidos en el pueblo se dice que es un país demócrata, pero no lo demuestran el pueblo no tiene voz ni voto para expresar lo que uno realmente quiere todo se rige por la burocracia de los gobernantes y hacen de la nación lo que mas les convenga. Al tratar tema de juventud son decididos por ellos mismos, como pueden tomar decisiones si no se sientan a escuchar a la juventud, en este país no tiene ningún efecto ya los resultados de tantas muertes de jóvenes victimas de la violencia hondureña, mucho menos sentarse a dialogar e implementar estrategias para combatir este fenómeno que no solo es nacional sino también mundial aquí en su mayoría las muertes quedan impune.

Como no se tienen que dar estas consecuencias si somos un país sin oportunidades, no todos tienen acceso a la educación por el escaso de recursos económicos en las familias hondureñas, la mayor parte de la población de Honduras son pobres. Honduras sigue siendo pobre en la calidad de educación, cuantas veces los gobiernos se dan el lujo de ir a otros países supuestamente a aprender a como sacar del sub-desarrollo a una nación a través de una buena educación en la cual todos los niños y jóvenes tengan acceso sin importar con condición social y económica.
Aquí hay un gran potencial en la población, gente con visión de superación, muy luchadora pero no explotan su potencial por que los gobernantes no dan un apoyo económico y los permisos de operación son limitados. En los hogares los padres de familia se ven obligados a explotar a sus hijos para tener algo que comer durante el día, familias de 5 a 7 miembros y que se sostienen de una sola fuente de ingreso, y que pasa cuando este no lo hay; refiriéndose a las madres solteras sin ningún apoyo y no pueden obtener un trabajo por que deben estar al cuidado de sus hijos. Los casos de niñas, adolescentes y jóvenes con embarazos a temprana edad y su consecuencia que no cuentan que el apoyo paternal en Honduras es muy común, y a través pasa el tiempo los afectados siguen siendo los mismos niños y obviamente ellos serán el reflejo de lo que viven en sus hogares.


Propuesta
Como un grupo que somos de jóvenes organizados y como agentes de cambio, proponemos que se restructure la forma de inversión por parte de el gobiernos en cuanto a los fondos del país. Que se priorice la educación nacional, especialmente aquellos lugares que no tienen acceso a la educación de manera que implementen mas centros educativos y que se les de la oportunidad a miles de maestros que están a la espera de una plaza y disponibles en ayudar a disminuir los índices de analfabetismo de niños y jóvenes que se están quedando sin este derecho.
Queremos que se le de seguimiento de los niveles de educación que se toma en la población niñez y juventud en Honduras, es decir que priorice los detalles a que todos tengan un nivel mínimo de 9 años (primaria y ciclo común) desde los años 90 hasta la actualidad esta decretado este nivel básico, pero hoy en día nadie le da seguimiento es decir no le importa si un niño termino su primaria y paso al siguiente nivel, o si un joven paso su ciclo común y que oportunidades tiene de acceder a una educación superior.
Queremos que los gobiernos tomen conciencia de el uso inadecuado que están haciendo con el dinero, tocando el tema de la política es una lastima ver como millones de lempiras se malgastan en campañas publicitarias, todo para prometer lo mismo que siempre se queda solo el carteles, nosotros los jóvenes queremos hechos no palabras basta con la palabra del pueblo con decir que ya no queremos mas injusticia, basta de mentiras y tampoco queremos que jueguen con la dignidad de la gente pobre y humilde de Honduras, aquí es costumbre tocar el estomago de los pobres, recientemente el caso de las elecciones internas son muchos los candidatos políticos que compran los votos de estas personas para lograr alcanzar el poder. El voto es un derecho a elegir a quien queremos que gobierne nuestro país, pero es libremente la elección no es un negocio, lo único que se refleja con esta acción es mayor corrupción por parte de los futuros gobernantes. Una vez que ellos tienen lo que quieren o sea el poder, ya los pobres no somos nadie, es mas es como sin nunca nos han visto.
También queremos que sea un país donde nos podamos expresar libremente, sin temor a represalias donde los jóvenes seamos los protagonistas para poder llevar a cabo proyectos donde involucremos a mas jóvenes, y por evitar que se involucren en actividades negativas y rescatar los que ya están dentro. Hacer de nosotros mismo jóvenes emprendedores y que seamos una fuente de apoyo moral, social y económico en nuestras familias. Donde los hondureños especialmente los jóvenes no piensen en la posibilidad del sueño americano, ahora como el sueño europeo son los dos países más fuertes en migración (Estados Unidos y España) donde esos viajes también son consecuencias de las muertes accidentales que viven los jóvenes, todo por tener un pedazo de pan en las mesas de sus hogares.
Sería un país maravilloso que en este país se creyera en la capacidad de su gente, y que no duden que todos con una educación logramos lo que queremos que sea, un mundo lleno de paz y amor, sin violencia, con igualdad de oportunidades, y con seguridad.
Anonymous from
Mon, December 17, 2012 at 09.02 pm
When you educate anyone you open up away for them to help others.It is my hope at in every health center,hospitals or any place where the people are their is free computer
Anonymous from
Tue, December 11, 2012 at 09.02 pm
I believe that a child cannot be helped alone. We must educate communities and construct new ways of thinking to achieve the goal of building peace around a child.
Anonymous from
Tue, December 11, 2012 at 09.27 pm
In a male dominant society where the girls are trapped at home will be almost impossible to have an equal access to education, therefore I believe we must first educate child’s surroundings (community) to reach our goal ( Equity Access to Education)
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