Ethics Education for Learning to Live Together:
Challenges, Opportunities and Ethical Demands in Today's World

Format: Live Panel Discussion

Date: Monday, 22 November 2021

Time: 14:00 – 15:30 CET

Languages: English, with Arabic, French and Spanish interpretation.


To reflect on the relevance of integrating ethics education to promote intercultural and interfaith learning into national policies and programs, and exchange ideas and recommendations on how today’s education can respond to the world’s ethical challenges, grounded on an ethical perspective of society, where schools and non-formal education programs understand themselves as part of a community and as key actors in fostering social cohesion and building peace.


Ms. Stefania Giannini

Assistant Director General for Education, UNESCO

Dr. Silvester Ohene Mulambe

Director Policy and Partnership, Ministry of Education Kenya

Ms. Silvana Abdo

First Lady of Paraguay

Dr. Anindito Aditomo

Deputy Minister for Standards, Curriculum, and Educational Assessment, Republic of Indonesia

5. Judge Abdelsalam

H.E. Judge Mohamed Abdelsalam

Secretary General, Higher Committee for Human Fraternity

Mr. Albert Nsengiyumva

Executive Secretary, Association for the Development of Education in Africa

(Youth from Kenya)

Intern at GNRC Secretariat Arigatou International
(18 years old)


(Child from Indonesia)

Member of Child Rights Connect Children's Advisory team
(14 years old)

(Child from Romania)

Member of GNRC Children's Committee Arigatou International
(15 years old)

Moderated by:

Dr. Vinu Aram

President, Shanti Ashram, India, Co-moderator Religions for Peace

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