When :from Wednesday 18 December, 2013 14:00 to Wednesday 18 December, 2013 20:00
Type of event :Кинопросмотр
Where :UNESCO Headquarters, Room IV, 125 avenue de Suffren, 75007, Paris, Brazil
The Dialogues on Education is a project dedicated to the promotion of best practices in the field of education through the lenses of cinema and the valued opinions of experts in this field.
This year, the Dialogues on Education will be dedicated to Brazil and it will foster the dialogue between different sectors of society – government, international organizations, NGOs, scholars, business leaders, and civil society. As well as addressing the most pressing challenges facing today’s education system in Brazil, the Dialogues on Education will, above all, allow us to discover innovative projects and to share good practices.
2:00pm-6:00pm film screening: Pro Dia Nascer Feliz Direction João Jardim, 2005 – 88’; Todos Com Todos Direction Marco Del Fiol, 2011 – 25’43’’; Sem Perder a Ternura Direction Vladimir Carvalho, 2001 – 26’; Quando Sinto Que Já Sei Direction Raul Perez, Antonio Sagrado, Anderson Lima, 2014 – 20’
6:00pm-8:00pm roundtable Discussion: opening by Marcelo Dantas – Deputy Delegate, Permanent Delegation of Brazil to UNESCO; Ronaldo Vieira – First Secretary, Permanent Delegation of Brazil to UNESCO and short film screenings of Um Bom Professor, Um Bom Começo Todos Pela Educação, 1’03’’ and ArtMobile you have a New Message Art Mobile Project, 03’30’’; with Kishore Singh – Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education, UNHRC; Edem Adubra – Head of the International Task Force on Teachers for EFA; Myriam Tricate – National Coordinator, UNESCO Associated Schools Network; Igor Tameirão – Representative from the government of Minas Gerais, Brazil; Fany Huet de Froberville – Creator and Coordinator of ‘Espaço Hervé’; Anielle Guedes – Executive Director of the documentary ‘Quando Sinto Que Já Sei’; conclusion by Adriana Balducci – Coordinator of Dialogues on Education and short film screening of Vida Maria Direction Márcio Ramos, 8’30’’.