Posted by on April 2, 2017

Preliminary Program


1    Introduction by Sandra L. Morrison (EnglishFrançaisEspañol)


2    Article by Alessio Surian „The five skills it takes to build another possible world – learning from and for the World Social Forum“ (EnglishFrançaisEspañol)

2.1    Comment by Shirley Walters (English)

2.2    Comment by Sebastián Vielmas (English, Español)

2.3    Comment by Ronald Cameron (English, Français)

2.4    Comment by Jorge Osoria (English, Español)


3    Article by Rabab Tamish “Enhancing competencies in the Arab world: issues to be considered”

3.1    Comment by Uwe Gartenschlaeger (English)

3.2    Comment by S.Y. Shah (English)

3.3    Comment by Ayah Abubasheer (English)


4    Article by Dana Bachmann and Paul Holdsworth “The new Skills Agenda for Europe”

4.1    Comment by Shermaine Barrett (English)

4.2    Comment by Aleksandra Pejatović (English)

4.3    Comment by Cristina Maria Coimbra Vieira (English)

4.4    Comment by Farrukh Tyuryaev (English)

4.5    Comment by Carole Avande Houndjo  (English, Français)


5    Article by Priti Sharma “Soft skills in non-formal education: building capacities of the youth”

5.1    Comment by Robert Jjuuko (English)

5.2    Comment By Limbani Eliya Nsapato (English)

5.3    Comment by Fanny Gómez (English, Español)

5.4    Comment by Dr. Bolanle. C. Simeon-Fayomi (English)

5.5    Comment by Jose Roberto Guevara (English)

5.6    Comment by Balázs Nemeth (English)


6   Webinar with Paul Holdsworth (English)

7   Summary and Closing by Sandra L. Morrison (English, Français, Español)

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