Public Policy in a Rapidly Changing Context
The public sector increasingly understands the value of partnerships, co-creation and platforms. In the coming years, the education sector will encompass participatory tools enabled by digitalization to reshape service delivery models as well as legislative and regulatory processes. Control, accountability and evaluation mechanisms will accordingly follow and adapt to these new trends.
The ETICO programme, initiated in 2001, aims to strengthen educational planning and management strategies by promoting a culture of ethics, reducing corrupt practices, and integrating the principles of transparency and accountability at the political level. Our experts support the UNESCO Member States through three main channels:
Research, Training, Strategic Assistance