The What Makes Me? report shares the results of a 3-year research study led by UNICEF Research – Innocenti, the Learning for Well-being Foundation, and the Fetzer Institute. The report names nine core capacities that enable children to better understand and interact with the world around them and realise their full potential.
In the European launch of this research study, participants will be able to learn about the core capacities and why they matter for every child and every adult in children’s lives.
Join researchers, experts, educators, and policymakers interested in European policies promoting children’s and young people’s well-being.
11th October 2022 – 10.00 am CET
Location: European Parliament Building
Rue Wiertz 60, 1047 Bruxelles, Belgium
Room Spinelli 5E3
The event will be followed by an easy lunch and will also be streamed on social media platforms.
This event will be hosted by the Alliance for Childhood European Network Group in the framework of the working group on the 86th edition of the Quality of Childhood (QoC).
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Pursuing the goal of taking the “What Makes Me?” report outcomes to more people, our partners at the Fetzer Institute will be hosting a breakfast event in Washington, DC., to discuss the well-being of children and the future of education.
19th October 2022 – 8.00 am ET
Location: The Army and Navy Club
901 17th Street NW
Washington DC, DC 20006
Dress code: Business attire
This breakfast is part of a series of events to be held in the US to present and discuss the report on Core Capacities for Living and Learning.
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