WISE Learners' Voice

2011 Learners’ Voice

2011-12 Learners’ Voice


The WISE Learners recruited in 2011 attended the Summit that year and worked throughout 2012 on the theme Increasing Access to Relevant, High-Quality Education for All Learners through Innovation. Seven groups investigated access to education at various levels, including early childhood education and lifelong learning.

To inform their research, several 2011 Learners participated in key global events during the year.

Learners also visited two WISE Awards winning projects: School-Business Partnerships (Morocco) and the Self-Sufficient School (Paraguay), which allowed them to gain on-the-ground experience and understanding of educational challenges in two very different contexts.

The Learners presented the results of their year-long project at WISE 2012 through a dedicated Learners’ Voice Debate and shared the lessons learnt with their peers. Through active networking and meetings, they also sought expertise and advice from members of the WISE community to discuss projects they are currently involved with and ideas that they would like to develop in the future. 
 

Meet the Learners



Adel Adem,
Eritrea

Ibrahim
Al-Emadi
,
Qatar

Mohammed
Al-Jaberi
,
Yemen

Maryam
Al-Kuwari
,
Qatar

Al Jawhara
Al-Thani
,
Qatar

Ivica Alpeza,
Bosnia and
Herzegovina

Michael
Andrews
,
Trinidad and
Tobago

Anne-Martine
Augustin
,
Haiti

Sara Buhmaid,
Qatar

Daphnée
Charles
,
Haiti

Fei Chen,
China

Martin De
Angelis
,
Argentina

Noor Doukmak,
USA

Florent D’Souza,
India

Niwa Rahmad
Dwitama
,
Indonesia

Mohamed Farag,
Egypt

Saady Hamad,
Palestine

Zaid Haque,
USA

Martha Kimweri,
Tanzania

Ronel Lefranc,
Haiti

Abbas
Mahmood
,
Kenya

Roné McFarlane,
South Africa

Sulaiman Musa,
Sierra Leone

Vy Nu Tuong
Ton
,
Vietnam

Naa Ayeleysa
Quaynor-Mettle
,
Ghana

Ponce Ernest
Samaniego
,
Philippines

Mohammad
Abed Shirzai
,
Afghanistan

Yasmeen
Dawwas,
Palestine

Zainab Sultan,
India