How Can We Evaluate EFA Advocacy and Coordination? Case of the E-9 Initiative

Hiroshi Ito

Abstract


UNESCO has long been engaged in education advocacy and coordination work. However, few tools have been suggested to evaluate its effectiveness in these areas. This paper examines and evaluates the E-9 Initiative, one of UNESCO’s EFA advocacy and coordination activities, through an analysis of the initiative’s visibility in UNESCO’s Executive Board and General Conference documents.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jse.v2i4.2585

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