Commit, in international bodies (high-level G8 and G20 meetings) and to civil society, to continue advocating education in support of development. In 2010, France will be particularly active, along with Britain, in a campaign for education during the football world cup, after which it will strive to optimize the campaign’s effects.
Strengthen and broaden the French-British partnership,
in particular by including it in a European process.
Refocus our efforts on the least developed countries (especially in French-speaking Africa) by using digital technologies to improve the quality of education and training.
Refocus our efforts on the least developed countries
(especially in French-speaking Africa) by using digital
technologies to improve the quality of education and
Promote the goal of male-female equality in education
by combining a cross-cutting approach with specific
Resolutely pursue our action in favor of reinforcing
State sectoral policies, which involve all the sub-sectors of education and training.
Support French centers of expertise dealing with education and French as a foreign language, and help create vocational training certification programs, particularly in the informal sector.
Strengthen French technical assistance in international bodies (UNESCO, ILO, UNICEF, European Union, African Union, World Bank) and help structure both public and private French expertise.
Updated on : April 2010
- France and higher vocational education abroad (July 2011)
- Promoting French expertise internationally (June 2011)
- France's Action to Promote Innovation (December 2010)
- French external action for education in developing countries (2010-2015)
- Quality Charter for French Government Foreign Scholars (2008)