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									              “60 minutes to convince”

                 PEACEBUILDING
              Curriculum development
                  in fragile states:
              some examples based on
                 IBE’s experiences


18 Sept. 07            D. GEORGESCU, IBE   1
              Curriculum, conflicts and
                   social cohesion
   IBE Comparative research in 7 post-
    conflict societies (2003-2004: Bosnia and
    Herzegovina; Guatemala; Lebanon;
    Mozambique; Northen Ireland; Rwanda;
    Sri Lanka)

   Questions:
      - How can curriculum contribute to
            conflicts?
      - What should change as to promote
            peace and social cohesion?

18 Sept. 07            D. GEORGESCU, IBE        2
                   ‘Operational
              programmes/projects’
   Curriculum processes

   Curriculum products

   Capacity: ‘to want’…and ‘to be able to’…

   The role of education/curriculum in post-
    conflict/conflict-affected societies (DG
    article in L‟Europe et la sortie des conflits)


18 Sept. 07           D. GEORGESCU, IBE              3
              KOSOVO (2000-2001)
 Issues and Challenges:

   New Curriculum Framework and inclusive
    ‘Core Curriculum’

   Constructing a curriculum for the future:
    reflecting on quality in a constructive way

   New concepts of learning and focus on
    outcomes/competencies

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              Bosnia and Herzegovina
                   (2003-2004)
   Focus on capacity development based on
    exchanges and sharing

   Work together towards common
    professional goals, based on common &
    shared professional tasks

   Take stock, as a group, of achievements
    and challenges

   Diversity and harmony

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                                  GENEVA, OCTOBER 2003




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               Iraq (2005)
   Study visit to IBE (September 2005) and
    UNESCO International Curriculum
    Conference (December 2005)

 How to develop a modern, open and
  flexible curriculum?
 How to cater for „federal solutions‟ in
  education/curriculum development?


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                              GENEVA, September 2005




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              Afghanistan (2003-2006)
   Curriculum Frameworks for Primary and
    Secondary Education (i.e. new areas: Life skills;
    Integrated Science education and social studies)

   Syllabuses for different learning areas and
    subjects: how to balance tradition and innovation

   Curriculum and assessment; Curriculum and
    teaching and learning methodologies

   Public consultations: participatory approaches

   Working with stakeholders

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                                  KABUL, August 2006




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                                  KABUL, August 2006




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KABUL, September 2006




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                                  KABUL, September 2006




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                                  AMMAN, November 2006




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