Beirut Declaration on Educational Reform for Preventing Violent Extremism in Arab Societies
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In partnership with the Arab Thought Forum, Adyan Foundation’s Institute of Citizenship and Diversity Management called for a meeting, held in Beirut on September 29 and 30, 2016, bringing together 50 educational policy experts from Iraq, Bahrain, the Sultanate of Oman, Jordan, Syria, Egypt, Tunisia and Lebanon. The meeting was held with the participation of the UNESCO Regional Bureau, the Arab Institute for Human Rights, the UNESCO National Commission, the Center for Educational Research and Development in Lebanon and several public and private academic and educational institutions, with the aim of thinking together about educational reforms as a means of resilience in the face of extremism in Arab societies. The conclusions of this meeting are compiled in the Beirut Declaration on Educational Reform for Preventing Violent Extremism in Arab Societies.