Intervention methods that promote national capacity building and partnerships
Commitment 1 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.
Commitment 2 Strengthen and broaden the French-British partnership, in particular by including it in a European process.
Commitment 3 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.
Commitment 4 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.
Commitment 5 Promote the goal of male-female equality in education by combining a cross-cutting approach with specific actions.
Commitment 6 Resolutely pursue our action in favor of reinforcing State sectoral policies, which involve all the sub-sectors of education and training.
Commitment 7 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.
Commitment 8 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)