Call for abstracts: 2nd FAWE International Conference on Girls’ Education in Africa

//Call for abstracts: 2nd FAWE International Conference on Girls’ Education in Africa

Conference Theme: Towards Effective Approaches for Girls’ Engagement and Excellence: Preparing African Girls for the 21st Century Skills

The Forum for Africa Women Educationists (FAWE), will host the 2nd International Conference on Girls’ education in Africa, in Kampala, Uganda. The exact date is to be confirmed between August and December 2020 under the theme “Towards Effective Approaches for Girls’ Engagement and Excellence: Preparing African Girls for the 21st Century Skills. The overall objective of the conference is to provide a platform for researchers, academicians, students, scientists, innovators and other professionals from Sub-Saharan Africa to share progress, challenges and contemporary development trends in the field of STEM and provide an opportunity to explore alternative ways for thinking about preparing African Girls for the 21st Century Skills.

To this end, FAWE is inviting educators, students, researchers, business and industry leaders, scientists and representatives of non-profit, private, and public agencies to submit abstracts for consideration. Interested applicants should focus on one of the following five sub-themes:

  • Increasing girls’ participation in STEM
  • Responsive and Quality Technical and Vocational Education (TVET)
  • Teacher Capacity building (Gender Responsive Pedagogy) for STEM
  • Education Policies for STEM
  • Lessons and opportunities on education management during a pandemic

For more details click link:2nd FAWE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GIRLS_CALL FOR ABSTRACTS_APPEL DE RÉSUMÉS

By |2020-07-28T01:19:25+03:00July 6th, 2020|Categories: FAWE News|

One Comment

  1. Sonie B Yates September 22, 2020 at 6:39 pm - Reply

    I’m great ful to be part of this opportunity may the Lord continue to bless the leadership of this great institution

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