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YOGESH KUMAR's picture
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Yogesh Kumar is a Post Graduate Teacher in Biology and serving in Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti an autonomous organization under Ministry of Human Resource Development Govt. of India. Previously, Yogesh Kumar worked as Lecturer in Education in an Education College. He Mastered from Kurukshetra University India in Botany and Education. He is also Diploma Holder in Guidance & Counseling and action research from NCERT, INDIA. He has also successfully completed MOOC in learning Assessment and participated in e-seminar on Transforming Teacher Education to Improve Learning Outcomes from IIEP UNESCO. He has also participated in various MOOC’s organized by UNITAR and WORLD BANK. He is also Certified Innovative Educator and MIE Trainer of Microsoft and Adobe Certified Expert and Instructor.
Berhane Yohannes's picture
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“VATER SEIN IN DER SCHWEIZ” is A leading Swiss immigrant relief agency. Through our consultation, training and support projects, we provide assistance to hundreds of newcomers to Switzerland each year. We are four men and a woman from four different countries. “Vater sein in der Schweiz” was founded in 2009 as an association. The association has program advice: technical support, coaching, and assistance to help individuals and organizations.
onaje muid's picture
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Onaje Muid for over thirty years has been active in the human rights community. His involvements include a delegate to the Regional Meeting in Geneva for the Decade for the purpose to secure human rights for his national minority. He was re-instated as the NGO representative for IHRAAM, first serving in that position in the 1990’s. HIs recent interventions, on behalf of IHRAAM, include testifying before the United Nation's Working Group of Experts on African People of African Descent (UN WGEPAD); Mr. Muid is co-founder of United Nations Human Rights Committee – Subcommittee to Eliminate Racism ; he was a participant in the United Nations Social Work Day on April 4th ; and member of the National Association of Black Social Workers -International Committee. He is a founding member of the National Human Rights Cities Alliance and member to the national conference committee for the USHRN, December 2017 in Atlanta.
Dean Dudley's picture
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Dean is 2012 Churchill Fellow and was an Expert Consultant on the Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policymakers published by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 2015 and the UNESCO MINEPS VI in 2017. He teaches in the Health and Physical Education disciplines for pre-service teachers. Dean's research is currently focused on the assessment and reporting of physical education and the development of policy and learning outcomes pertaining to physical literacy. He is also a researcher of evidence-based approaches to health and physical education that yield large learning effects in the cognitive, affective and psychomotor learning domains. Dean's recent work has been to investigate contribution schools and education make toward the health and learning of school-aged youth.
BIPLOB Sraman's picture
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To The Conference Chair Dear Sir/madam Greetings Wayne, I like to inform you that I am Buddhist monk Ven..Biplob Sraman & study in Maha Makut Buddhist University(M.A),Bangkok,Thailand . I am very interested to participated in The Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development Dublin 2018 and I believe that this is a good opportunity to learn so many things for a person and a student.I am highly appreciated from you will give me opportunity to attend the conference for learn so many things my academic study life. I therefore pray and hope that from the conference organizing committee will give me an opportunity. May God continue to put”wind in your sails” May all being be happy. With highest regards, Biplob Sraman
Roberto Iaochite's picture
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My name is Roberto Iaochite, I am Professor at Department of Education at State University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. My research is grounded in Social Cognitive Theory, specifically in self-efficacy in Physical Education teacher education programmes. I am currently investigating the role of self-efficacy beliefs and self-regulatory processes to learn about healthy habits involving the school as a whole. The focus is on training school staff to develop a healthy school. The discipline of physical education assumes the role of interlocution and mediation with the school staff.
Madhushree Sekher's picture
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Professor, Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policies (CSSEIP), Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai Broadly work in the areas of - Institutions and governance; inequality and politics of development; state-society interrelationships and user/citizen involvement through participatory approaches - Studying inequalities, welfare systems and public policy, ethnic power relations and conflict, local governance, rural service provision, food security, gender and governance, natural resource management, and the political economy of public administration.
Aline Khoury's picture
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I am a consultant for the IOM - Brasília (International Organization for Migration - United Nations) and a final-year PhD candidate in Development Studies at the University of Cambridge. My current thesis deals with the social inclusion of vulnerable migrants in Brazil through the capability approach. I also hold a Master Degree in Social Development from Paris V - Sorbonne Cité as Eiffel Excellence Scholar, with a dissertation focusing on intangible cultural heritage and UNESCO's role in this field. My previous academic path includes a B.A. in Social Sciences at the University of Sao Paulo and a B.A in Communication/Journalism at PUC-SP (Brazil). With almost a decade of work experience, my jobs were mainly related to cultural production, social development and communication, leading projects at companies and NGOs in Brazil, Germany, Colombia and Palestine. As a recognition of my work in these fields, I was granted with the award TOYP (The Outstanding Young Persons) from JCI association, which pays tribute to young leaders promoting social change.
Margrethe Holm Andersen's picture
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With a strong background in development research, practice, policy and evaluation (25 years+ including 15 years in the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs of which 7 years as deputy head of the evaluation department) I am now a Senior Adviser at the Department of Business and Economics at Aalborg University in Denmark. As such, I am the coordinator of the AfricaLics Visiting Fellowship Programme (see www.africalics.org) and also work on a project focussing on capability building in solar and wind energy sectors in Kenya and related policy advise (www.irekproject.net). I was recently appointed chair of the Board of the Danida Fellowship Centre (www.dfcentre.com) and have a strong interest in influencing development policies with a view to promoting equality and inclusiveness.
Oluseye Jegede's picture
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Dr. Oluseye Jegede is a Research Fellow at the African Institute for Science Policy and Innovation (AISPI), Obafemi Awolowo University, in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. He holds a PhD in Technology Management from Obafemi Awolowo University. Dr. Jegede was the sole African regional winner of the Emerging Economies Doctoral Students Award by the Production and Operations Management Society in 2014. Prior to joining AISPI, Dr. Jegede was a Research Officer at the National Centre for Technology Management (NACETEM), an Agency of the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology in Nigeria, from 2010 to March 2016. At NACETEM, he participated in the review of Nigeria’s National Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) Policy as well as in the development of Nigeria’s STI Indicators. These STI indicators have been used for planning, monitoring, reviewing and benchmarking STI activities for economic development in Nigeria. Currently, Dr. Jegede is a member of the Scientific Board of the Global Network for the Economics of Learning, Innovation and Competence Building Systems (Globelics) and a researcher with the African Network for the Economics of Learning, Innovation and Competence Building Systems (Africalics). Dr Jegede has published numerous articles on STI policy and Innovation Systems and was guest editor of the Innovation and Development Journal’s special issue on “Firm-Level Innovation: overcoming limits and constraints”. Dr. Jegede’s main areas of research are science policy, and innovation. He joined the Open African Innovation Research (OpenAIR) network in 2016 as a case study researcher, analyzing innovation in the informal sector

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