How does equitable and quality education overlay and intersect with other SDGs? The SDGs acknowledge the importance of the interconnections between different issue areas and sectors that have traditionally been considered to be separate domains of expertise and practice. In response to this, intersectoral collaboration has come to be seen as a more efficient and effective way of working.

Every other goal in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relies on quality, inclusive and equitable education that empowers people to contribute to their societies and communities. Equally, learning is affected by other SDGs, such as climate change, health and nutrition, or peace and democracy. Furthermore, how education systems are organised is critical if we are to achieve gender equality (SDG5) or reduce inequalities (SDG10); goals that underpin all of our activities. NORRAG’s work in this area aims to stimulate critical, multi-perspective and multi-stakeholder dialogue and knowledge co-production around SDG4 and the broader 2030 agenda, and its impact on policy and practice. We will draw on our strength in surfacing under-represented expertise, particularly from the South, to bring additional – and intersectional – perspectives to the debate.


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