The Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ms. Amina Mohammed, has referred to nations as placing lecturers at the center of their training reform plans. In a video message to mark the World Lecturers’ Day, Mohammed said that lecturers are the backbone of all training methods and the key thing to ensure high quality and inclusive education for all.
‘As an equivalent to redefining education, we teachers should be at the center of the law.’ ‘Whether the crisis (epidemic) has fallen on the plummet, for thousands and thousands of learners, lecturers are additionally a lifeline.
The support and solidarity of these lecturers in COVID-19 is a spirit of cooperation that we should all embrace and sacrifice,’ she said. The Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations was praised by the World Labor Organization, UNESCO, and UNICEF for working collectively to bring the idea of the world to the world’s inevitable lecturers and various training staff.
Such cooperation, she said, now badly wishes that the COVID-19 disaster has stalled the world’s efforts towards the Sustainable Development Goal. According to him, the pandemic “is a risk of a crisis in learning COVID after a prior COVID crisis.”
“At the inauguration of the brand new session of the General Meeting, world leaders urged the larger world solidarity to better get over this disaster and ship the SDGs with a sustained and bold pace of a decade.
“Many are known to particularly speed on training, recognizing that it is considered one of our best means to advance peace, human rights, and all 17 SDGs.
‘The United Nations house, working with our peers, will go on to assist lecturers around the world. “We are going to make sure that his voice is heard, and his expertise is improved to take advantage of the most recent expertise for 21st-century studies and the past. Mohammed said, “Allow us to decide to leave any trainer behind.’ (NAN)