The UNESCO Tashkent Declaration sets the global agenda for early childhood education to 2030

Tashkent, UzbekistanAnd the November 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — On the final day of the World Conference on Early Childhood Care and Education held in DC Uzbekistan On November 14-16, representatives of about 150 countries adopted the UNESCO Tashkent Declaration. This information was provided by the Ministry of Preschool Education of the Republic Uzbekistan.

UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay (left), President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev (centre) and other participants at the Global Conference on Early Childhood Care and Education held in Tashkent on November 14-16, 2022.

UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay (left), President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev (centre) and other participants at the Global Conference on Early Childhood Care and Education held in Tashkent on November 14-16, 2022.

Earlier, President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, speaking in a welcoming address to the delegates of the conference, said:

“I am confident that today’s conference will be held in the spirit of frank discussions and exchange of views, ideas and new initiatives, and that specific proposals and recommendations will be put forward. There is no doubt that the Tashkent Declaration that will be adopted at the conclusion of the conference will be the basis for our joint efforts in this direction.”

The Tashkent Declaration aims to set the international agenda for early childhood education to 2030. This document was prepared through a consultative process during the conference and, once signed, will be translated into the six official languages ​​of the United Nations and shared. with the member states of UNESCO.

“In Uzbekistan, we have the opportunity to send a powerful message to the world based on UNESCO’s commitment to make 2022 the Year of Mobilization for Education. Here at TashkentWe must define the model of society we want to live in – a society that takes care of its children, guides them and gives them all the attention they deserve. said the Director-General of UNESCO Audrey Azoulay.

Within the framework of the strategy for the global transformation of the early childhood care and education (ECCE) system, the Tashkent Declaration established a set of guiding principles: improving the quality and relevance of curricula and teaching methods; Ensure equal and inclusive educational services for all children, and protect and guarantee rights to access early childhood care and education in emergencies. These and a number of other tasks are based on such fundamental factors as the development and support of teachers, the widespread introduction of innovations and state support for the field. The provisions of the UNESCO Tashkent Declaration, which identified the main factors for the development of early childhood care and education until 2030 – a milestone in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – from the moment of signing became a guide for international organizations and relevant ministries of the participating countries of the world. Society in implementation of Paragraph 4.2 which states the following: “By 2030 to ensure that all girls and boys have access to quality early childhood development and care and pre-school education systems so that they are ready for primary education.”

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The source is the Ministry of Pre-School Education of the Republic Uzbekistan

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