Lancement de l’Enquête R-D 2019

La recherche et le développement expérimental (R-D) jouent un rôle principal dans la croissance économique d’un pays et ainsi constituent un instrument essentiel dans la réduction de la pauvreté. Dans le cadre des Objectifs de développement durable (ODD), les pays se sont engagés à « Bâtir une infrastructure résiliente, promouvoir une industrialisation durable qui profite à tous et encourager l’innovation ».

L’ISU publie les nouvelles données sur l’éducation et les indicateurs de l’ODD 4 de l’année scolaire 2018

Les nouvelles données sur les enfants non scolarisés dans le monde révèlent que peu de progrès, voire aucun, ont été réalisés en plus de dix ans : environ 258 millions d’enfants, d’adolescents et de jeunes étaient non scolarisés en 2018, soit près d’un sixième de la population mondiale de cette tranche d’âge. Publiées par l’Institut de statistique de l’UNESCO (ISU), les données renforcent les inquiétudes quant aux perspectives d’atteindre les cibles mondiales d’éducation d’ici 2030.

#LearningCounts: We Must Keep Children’s Learning on the 2030 Agenda

Make your voice heard in the IAEG-SDG Open Consultation for the 2020 Comprehensive Review of the Global Indicator Framework

Data users the world over have a unique opportunity to show their support for SDG 4 Indicator 4.1.1: the proportion of children and young people achieving at least a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics.

Upcoming Meetings of the Global Alliance to Monitor Learning and the Technical Cooperation Group on the Indicators for SDG 4 – Education 2030

As the official data source for SDG 4, the UIS is working with countries and partners to build consensus around the measurement agenda, while developing the indicators, standards and tools needed to monitor progress and help countries improve the quality and use of their data in the pursuit of their development goals.

The UIS is bringing together stakeholders from across the international education community through two flagship initiatives that will be meeting in September.

Data to Fuel an Education Revolution: Countries Answer the Funding Call

It is time for all donor countries to invest more heavily in education data. This matters because we can’t solve a problem we don’t understand. And it is only too clear that we have some big problems that must be solved right away, with 617 million children and adolescents who are not reaching even minimum proficiency levels in reading and mathematics, and 262 million children – one in every five –  who are out of school and half of whom are girls.

SDG 4: Making Human Rights Count

There is increasing recognition that datarelevant and reliable dataare central to achieving Agenda 2030 and advancing the realisation of human rights. We need data to inform laws and policies, improve decision-making, ensure sufficient resource allocation, monitor progress and identify gaps, and ensure accountability. However, more data alone will not do the job. We need more of the right kinds of data collected in the right kinds of ways.