Unilab Foundation, through STEM+ PH, supports the SEAMEO Congress 2021.
You are invited to the virtual SEAMEO Congress 2021!
The Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Malaysia and the Ministry of Education, Thailand will jointly organize the SEAMEO Congress 2021 (virtual). Themed “Transforming Southeast Asian Education, Science and Culture in the Digital Age”, the conference will be held from April 28-29, 2021.
The SEAMEO Congress 2021 has three primary aims:
Provide a platform for conversations on innovations, breakthroughs and best practices in Education, Science and Culture to achieve SDG4 2030;
Examine sustainable development platforms, networking and strategic collaboration among education actors and stakeholders in Southeast Asia and beyond for enhancing the quality of learning and ensuring wider access and relevance of education in the region; and
Build a consensus reflecting and concretising transformative educational programmes and action plans towards the development of a dynamic synergy of strengths, strategies and standards leading to the application of more inclusive and innovative learning paradigms and education policies to meet global standards.
This conference is expected to gather approximately 2,000 participants from Southeast Asian Countries and beyond, including policy makers, educational leaders, teachers, researchers, educators from the eleven (11) SEAMEO Member Countries, administrators and educators from government organisations, public and private educational institutions, agencies and departments as well as moderators and invited speakers outside Southeast Asian Countries.
As supporting partners of this event, Unilab Foundation through STEM+PH promotes SEAMEO's mission to equip leaders with the resources and tools to positively transform education. The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in the golden age of distance learning and flexible learning options forced by unprecedented school closures and lockdowns among all member countries.