Stakeholder groups tend to focus on different levels, types and degrees of ambition for girls’ education, leading to a lack of coherence. How can we strengthen alignment so that differences amongst actors can be used as a lever, as opposed to a barrier, for change?
28 September 12:00 – 1:00 BST
How can stakeholders be more aligned regarding the conceptual, discursive and practical gaps surrounding girls’ education, so that there can be a coherent and collective approach to addressing gaps?
29 September 11:00 – 12:00 BST
verall, stakeholder groups tend to have different approaches, areas of focus and priorities regarding their work on girls’ education, leading to a lack of coherence. How can we strengthen awareness and alignment so that differences amongst actors can be used as a lever, as opposed to a barrier, for change?
29 September 12:00 – 1:00 BST
Stakeholders often engage in activities/actions that have different areas of focus, scope and approach. This leads to a sometimes fractured and/or duplicative landscape of projects and programming, at both the global and country level. How can we strengthen awareness of different stakeholder activities/actions, so that greater alignment and coherence can be achieved?