UNESCO’s “Futures of Education” initiative is based on a broad, open consultative process that involves youth, educators, civil society, governments, business and other stakeholder, and is intended to mobilize the many rich ways of being and knowing in order to leverage humanity’s collective intelligence. It is, as it can be read on their website, “a global initiative to reimagine how knowledge and learning can shape the future of humanity and the planet”.

As of August 24 a report from UFN members Dorothée Schulte, Eva Cendon and Mpine Makoe we already shared on this site was featured in a news post by UNESCO. The title of the report is “Re-Visioningthe Future of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education” and the news post can be read at: