The summit will include presentations by the editors and authors, reflections by Dr. Pali Lehohla, the former Chair of the United Nations Statistics Commission, two panel discussions. The first panel will discuss regional issues related to the SDG 4 data regime, including continued gaps, areas of progress, and efforts and greater localization needed in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Middle East and North Africa. The second panel will discuss the thematic chapters on gender, Indigeneity and Internally Displaced Peoples as well as the importance of capturing the intersectionality of multiple dimensions of marginalisation underscored by a framework on how inequalities are produced. The proposed framework suggests new dimensions/targets for SDG 4 monitoring , and the implications for addressing inequalities in education.
Interpretation will be provided in Arabic, French, Mandarin, Russian and Spanish. Closed captions in various languages will be available.
- Opening: Moira V. Faul
- Introduction by the Editors: Marcos Delprato and Daniel Shephard
- Chapter presentations
- Discussant: Pali Lehohla
- Panel 1: Gaps, Progress, and Localisation of the SDG 4 Data Regime in Four Regions
- Panel 2: Data and Inequalities in SDG 4 Data
- Q&A and closing
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