Stemming from our belief in the importance of learning and sharing knowledge, Education Square, in collaboration with Namaa for Sustainable Development, is starting “Knowing is Sharing”. The series aims to shed the light on research related to education and its issues, especially what have been carried out by Egyptian students during their academic study. We hold this meeting once a month, and all interested in education are welcome to join.
Our first meeting is titled “community-based organizations in education and their relationship to the nation”, based on the work of Naiera Abdelrahman, a researcher on political sociology in Sorbonne University.
Prof. Naiera Abdelrahman will present what she found in her research, especially issues related to those involved in education and their relationship to the nation. She also talks about creating alternatives for community-based initiatives in education.
Her research is based upon theories of civity society and the history of civil work in Egypt’s education, as well as meetings with the CEOs of more than 20 association and initiative in education.
Everyone interested in education, or is leading an educational initiative is welcome to join us, and will help us in understanding the current state of civil work in Egypt’s education and improving it.