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The 6th Beijing International Forum on Education for Sustainable Development



Beijing International Forum on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), organized by the Chinese National Working Committee for UNESCO Project on ESD, is a biennial event presenting an excellent opportunity for researchers, educators and practitioners to exchange perspectives, views, innovations and best practices nationally and globally in addressing education for sustainable development (ESD) for children and youth.

Date: 22-24 October, 2013
Venue: Beijing Marriott Hotel City Wall
Theme: Education for Sustainable Development: Education for Tomorrow - The Decade Review and Future Prospects
Parallel sessions:

  • ESD Policy Advocacy and Theoretical Innovation;
  • ESD Regional Implementation Practices;
  • School Approaches for Implementing ESD;
  • ESD Curriculum and Teaching-Learning Innovation;
  • ESD Youth Forum: Youth Low-carbon Actions;

- Keynote speech: ESD reports by UNESCO representatives and senior government officials
- Parallel sessions: Representatives conduct deep communication on relevant topics
Exhibition: Achievements of Education for Sustainable development in China over the 15 years
- Exhibition: 'DESD in Hong Kong: Review and Way Forward' Designated Venue for Hong Kong
- School Visit: Visit to ESD Experimental schools in Beijing
- Award Presentation: ESD Exemplary & Experimental Schools, ESD Outstanding Cases, ESD Innovation awards, etc.

- UNESCO representatives 
- Senior officials and administrators from federal/state/local government agencies 
- Scholars, academic researchers 
- School principals, teachers 
- ESD project managers 
- NGOs 
- Industry and business partners 
- Parents and students from both home and abroad

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