Asia-Pacific Local Launch of the 2011 EFA Global Monitoring Statement

The event was organized by UNESCO Bangkok, within collaboration with the Thai National Commission regarding UNESCO, Ministry of Education, Thailand as well as Thammasat College.   Gwang-Jo Kim, Director of UNESCO Bangkok gave the presentation on the 2011 education report, highlight key EFA progress as well as remaining challenges, considering the actual region’s struggle to recover from the impact from the global economic crisis.

A regional panel discussion took place in the morning with key regional experts as well as EFA partners discussing a variety of topics under the theme of “Youth and Skills: Putting Education in order to Work" within the Asia-Pacific area.   In the afternoon, the national roundtable discussion concentrating on youth, abilities and employment within Thailand  happened.    

Launch photos, speeches as well as presentations will be provided shortly.

Down load: 2011 EFA GMR Summary Statement (Thai)


  • Agenda  (PDF)
  • Information Note (PDF)
  • Registration Type (doc)
  • Bios of Panelists  (PDF)
  • Solar panel Discussion Suggestions (PDF)

Delivering presentations

2011 EFA Global Monitoring Statement: Youth and Skills – Putting schooling to  work (PDF)
Gwang-Jo Kim, Movie director, UNESCO  Bangkok : Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau regarding Education 


Thailand Roundtable Discussion presentations

10 Vital Steps Towards the Sustainable Future: Plan Implications for Youth as well as Skills Development in Thailand (PDF)
Assoc. Prof. Doctor Niramon Sutammakid, Faculty of Economics, Thammasat College, Director of females and Youth Research Program, SU, Bangkok, Thailand

CP-ALL : Panyapiwat Techno Business College: Education as well as Human Resource Development Project (PDF)


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