NISSEM is committed to assisting education authorities in low- or middle-income, conflict-affected and post-conflict settings to advance the UN SDG goal for quality education. In particular, NISSEM focuses on all themes listed in Target 4.7, which incorporates, elevates and expands long-standing international commitments to education for positive behavioral and societal transformation.
Professor at GWU Chairholder, GW UNESCO Chair in International Education for Development and Professor of International Education & International... Read more
Consultant on education in emergencies, conflict-sensitive education policies, learning to live together, SDG Target 4.7. Margaret Sinclair,... Read more
Professor, Global Education Policy, School of Education, University at Albany, SUNY Aaron Benavot is Professor of Global Education Policy in the... Read more
Adjunct Faculty, International Education Program, George Washington University Dr. Colette Chabbott is an adjunct faculty member in the International... Read more
Andy Smart is an education and publishing consultant with a background in teaching and educational and children's publishing. He specialises in... Read more
My experience in designing and implementing on-the-job training programs began in 1982 with my employment as a language instructor at a medical... Read more
S. Garnett Russell is an Assistant Professor of International and Comparative Education at Teachers College, Columbia University (https://www.tc.... Read more