Nadia Fairuza (Jakarta Post)
Sat 26 March 2022
Indonesia’s G20 presidency this year has given the world’s fourth-largest country a golden opportunity to demonstrate its international leadership, although Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine could not only affect G20 meetings, but also divert the group’s attention from its original agenda.
With its overarching theme “Recover Together, Recover Stronger”, Indonesia seeks to initiate a meaningful discussion among the world’s 20 largest economies to bounce back from the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The G20 summit in Bali in October aims to address the pressing issues facing the world today, including in the area of education.
The Education Working Group (EdWG), chaired by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology, proposed this year four main priorities for reflection: universal quality of education , digital technology for education, solidarity and partnership, and the future of the workplace. -COVID-19[FEMININE[FEMININE
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