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Increasing early learning opportunities for children in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Increasing early learning opportunities for children in Bosnia and Herzegovina

UNICEF in collaboration with the Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Federal Ministry of Education and Science and Ministry of Education and Culture of Republika Srpska organized the unique international conference on education in Early Childhood / Preschool Education called “Increasing early learning opportunities for children in Bosnia and Herzegovina” on 14th and 15th February in Sarajevo.

Conference Objectives:

1. To promote dialogue about early childhood education / preschool education among stakeholders and professionals regarding preschool policy planning and implementation, expansion of services and inclusion of vulnerable children, investments and costs.
2. To give Conference participants opportunities to gain new knowledge and skills, especially with respect to early childhood education innovations in Bosnia and Herzegovina and internationally.
3. To give greater recognition to needs and demands for expanded early childhood education services in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
4. To prepare and adopt Conference Recommendations with concrete strategies and next steps to expand investment in early childhood education / preschool education and bring early childhood education to scale.

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Presenters' short CVs
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Presentations from the conference (YouTube)


 

 

 

 

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Early Childhood Education/Preschool Education Conference
“Increasing early learning opportunities for children in Bosnia and Herzegovina”
Sarajevo, 14-15 February 2012


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Povećajmo mogućnosti djeci u Bosni i Hercegovini za rano učenje


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