Dec 8, 2021

Geneva Trialogue, 17 March

This year’s Geneva Trialogue’s theme is Open Innovation for Education and the event will be held on 17 March. Geneva Trialogue 2022 focuses on the global challenge of scaling education to tackle the SDGs. With open innovation as the compass, novel educational and learning approaches that culminate in positive social and environmental impact will be discussed and developed, in a spirit of sharing and co-creating practical solutions. More about the event here.

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