As the Chair of the G20 Education Working Group, Iwan Syahril, Director General of Teachers and Education Personnel at the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology, stated that Indonesia has been entrusted to lead the G20 International Conference in 2022.
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Index Berita : Education
Iwan Syahril, Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology’s Director General of Teachers and Education Personnel in his capacity as Chair of the G20 Education of Working Group (EdWG) 2022, presented the agenda for the first EdWG meeting, which is expected to strengthen commitment from all G20 member countries to work together to expand public access to quality education for all.
The Indonesian government will use its G20 presidency as a springboard to demonstrate its commitment to raising literacy levels in the country.
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Education, Culture, Research and Technology Minister, Nadiem Anwar Nakarim, stated that the unexpected pandemic had taught the whole world how important and urgent collaboration between countries in overcoming hate speech and violence, especially in times of social restrictions and travel bans, which have made social media an increasingly important place to interact.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - The Ministry of Education and Culture (MEC) facilitated four high school students to take part in the 52nd International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO), July 23-29, 2020.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Chancellor of Pertamina University, Prof. Akhmaloka, Ph.D., said that Pertamina University will always commit to producing the Bachelor Plus program which will contribute to the nation and country, especially in the fields of business and energy technology that are specialized.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – East Java and the Belarusian Governments continue to enhance cooperation in various fields, including education, industry, trade, tourism, sister cities, and investment in the industry sector.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – 20 Indonesian students from various universities in Indonesia are selected to participate in the NTCA Indonesia-Australia Pastoral Program (NIAPP) and will leave for Australia to learn about modern cattle breeding.