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Speaking at a Sharing Session on Accountability for SDG 4 and Citizen Participation, the speakers emphasized on citizen’s engagement and the importance of Go-NGO collaboration to establish ownership and consensus.
The Sharing Session was held on 29 April 2017 at Dhaka as part of the observance of Global Action Week for Education 2017 on the theme Accountability for SDG 4 and Citizen Participation. The slogan of the week was “Stand up for Education - Time to Deliver”. The session was jointly organized by CAMPE and Citizen’s Platform for SDGs, Bangladesh.
The main discussion was around the keynote presentation delivered by Dr. Mustafa K. Mujeri Executive Director of Institute for Inclusive Finance and Development (InM). Discussants and other guests asserted on the need for accountability, transparency to address quality education and silent exclusion.
Hon’ble Minister for Primary and Mass Education Advocate Mostafizur Rahman spoke as the Chief Guest in the session. The meeting was also attended by human right activists, education campaigners, senior government officials, development partners including representatives of other civil society groups.
“Framework for Action- Education 2030 in Bangladesh: A Civil Society Perspective” jointly published by CAMPE and Citizen’s Platform for SDGs, Bangladesh was also launched in the meeting.