IIEP-UNESCO's activities for Education Out Loud grantees
The International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) is a UNESCO institute specialised in providing knowledge, training and support to countries on educational planning and management. As an EOL Global Learning Partner, IIEP develops activities for EOL grantees on issues relating to transparency and accountability in education, and on better engaging civil society organisations in educational planning.
IIEP has 60 years of experience in helping governments and education actors improve the management of their education systems though education sector analaysis, policy development, policy implementation and through monitoring and evaluation.
IIEP is convinced of the important role that civil society actors can play in improving equity, transparency, and acountability within the education sector, and is putting its knowledge in the hands of Civil Society Organisations through the GPE EOL programme, with an aim to ensuring that civil society actors have the knowledge and tools to fully engage in educational planning and management.
IIEP’s work on transparency & accountability
IIEP has over 20 years of experience in conducting research and carrying out capacity-building activities on issues related to transparency, accountability and anti-corruption measures in education. The institute has recently completed two major international research projects on open school data and open government. You can find out more about some of our major lines of work by clicking on the links below, or by exploring the ETICO resource platform.
IIEP’s support to Education Out Loud
Please find below IIEP's learning activities for English speaking grantees in 2024. This page is updated regularly so don't forget to check back and see what is new!
Online Course on the Basics of Educational Planning and Management
18 March - 14 April 2023
This course aims to provide CSO's with a basic understanding of how educational planning and management processes work, so that they can play an active and influential role in shaping their country's education policies to better meet the needs of their communities.
By the end of the course, participants will know how to:
- Describe the main steps and actors involved in the education sector plan preparation & implementation
- Analyse how key civil society concerns are reflected in the education sector diagnosis of your country
- Identify strategies to advocate for policies that address the most pressing education issues
- Formulate arguments to better advocate for key thematic areas throughout the planning process
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Online inventory: Innovative uses of technologies to improve accountability and transparency
Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) are often the ones that take the lead in developing innovative apps, creating online platforms, finding new ways to organize advocacy campaigns on social media and so on – all of which can improve transparency and integrity in the management of the education sector.
It is not too late to contribute to the collaborative online inventory on initiatives developed in the country where you are based, which use technologies in new ways as transformative tools for promoting transparency and integrity in the education sector. If you are working on, or know of, an initiative that could be of interest, please complete our online questionnaire.
Why should you participate?
- Build your data collection and analytical skills by contributing to the elaboration of an online inventory
- Gain access to tools, ideas, and processes that can be adapted to your own work.
Who can participate?
All EOL grantees with an interest in transparency and accountability issues are welcome to attend. All learning activities in 2023 will be offered in English.
IIEP's activities for EOL grantees in 2023
Watch the videos:
Webinar 1: Innovative strategies to engage citizens in open school data
5 April 2023 | 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM