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Dr Dirk Van Damme

Senior Counsellor, OECD


Dr Dirk Van Damme is Senior Counsellor in the Directorate for Education and Skills at the OECD in Paris, Before joining the OECD in 2008, he held academic positions in educational research and comparative education at various universities, was counsellor for several Flemish education ministers (1992-2000), General Director of the Flemish Rectors’ Conference VLIR (2000-2003), and chief of staff of minister Frank Vandenbroucke (2004-2008).

Dr Mishal Khan

Leading Social Epidemiologist, UK


Dr Mishal Khan (PhD) is an Associate Professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, which is the UK’s top public health university. She is also a consultant at the leading policy think-tank, the Chatham House Center for Universal Health. Dr Khan has over 15 years of experience in strengthening infectious disease control systems in lower-income countries, having worked in Pakistan, China, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Kenya and Cambodia.

Baroness Nosheena Mobarik

British Politician and Life Peer


Baroness Nosheena Mobarik is a Conservative Member of the House of Lords. Between September 2017 till January 2020 she was a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for Scotland, sitting in the European Conservatives and Reformists Group (ECR). In 2013 she was awarded the Tamgha-i-Imtiaz by the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. She is a patron of the charity Edinburgh Direct and patron of Remembering Srebrenica.

Mr Shafqat Mahmood

Federal Minister for Education, Government of Pakistan


Mr Shafqat Mahmood is currently serving as Federal Minister for Ministry of Federal Education & Professional Training as well as National History and Literary Heritage Division. From 1994 to 1999, he was a Senator and from 2013 to 2018, he was a Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan. He was awarded a Humphrey fellowship in 1980 to complete a Masters in Public Administration at Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus

Director General, World Health Organization


Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus was elected as WHO Director-General. Dr Tedros holds a Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in Community Health from the University of Nottingham and a Master of Science (MSc) in Immunology of Infectious Diseases from the University of London. Dr Tedros is globally recognised as a health scholar, researcher, and diplomat with first-hand experience in research, operations, and leadership in emergency responses to epidemics.

Mr Alister Bartholomew

Regional Director, Beaconhouse South East Asia


Alister Bartholomew has 40+ years of experience in education and has served in some of UK’s most prestigious schools. For the last 14 years, he has also been involved in the strategic development of schools, which includes serving as CEO, COO and Chief Education Officer and a Headmaster for the Dulwich, Haileybury, Tenby and GEMS Groups. He has acted in a consultancy capacity for schools including Marlborough and with universities such as Yale.

Mr Aldrin Maqyl bin Adira

Senior 5 Student, Beaconhouse Sri Murni School, Malaysia


Ms Allison Chong Xiao Li

11th Grade Student, Beaconhouse Sri Inai International School, Malaysia


Ms. Allison Chong was born in Australia and has lived in Malaysia for most of my life. She has had had the opportunity to travel to many countries and learn about many different tradition and cultures. She plans on pursuing a career in the legal industry to become a lawyer, as it is one of the most intellectually rewarding jobs and to help those in need of legal assistance.

Ms Kanza Muzaffar

12th Grade Student, The Citizens Foundation College, Pakistan


Since childhood Kanza Muzaffar has always been fascinated by flying objects and documentaries and movies has been her all time favourite, fueling her passion towards aerospace engineering. She has also developed interest in digital art and self-learned how to use a variety of software.

Ms Nurelhuda Giobran

Grade 11 Student, Beaconhouse Al Khaleej International School, UAE


Nurelhuda aims to pursue her career in medicine. She has scored top in PISA and MAP exams and has taken many leadership classes in Canada. Along with fundraising and donations, she is vice president of the student council program. She is interested in participating in sports clubs, the Young Business Talent Competition 2019, amongst other activities.

Mr Jibran Nasir

Lawyer and Activist


Mr Jibran Nasir is a lawyer, civil rights activist, blogger, and an independent politician. He is involved in relief work through Elaj Trust, regularly speaks at universities on extremism, and advocacy for marginalised communities through Pakistan For All and is working to counter the extreme narrative through Never Forget Pakistan.

Lord Jim Knight

Former Minister of State for Schools, UK


Lord Jim Knight served as a member of Gordon Brown’s Cabinet 2009-2010. With his experience and expertise, he founded the Tes Institute in 2014, as well as XRapid, and is also a visiting Professor at the Knowledge Lab of the UCL Institute of Education and Chair of Whole Education.

Ms Nighat Dad

Digital Rights Advocate; Member Facebook Oversight Board


Ms Nighat Dad is the Director of Digital Rights Foundation, Pakistan, a research-based not-for-profit organisation focusing on ICTs to support human rights and digital governance. She is also a development consultant, researcher and professional lawyer. She is a Member of the Facebook Oversight Board.

Mr Clive Barnes

Head of School TNS Beaconhouse


Mr Clive Barnes has 40 years of experience in international education and is currently the Head of School at TNS Beaconhouse since December 2010. His leadership has enabled TNS to become a premium school in Pakistan. Previously, he was a Headmaster at five schools in Africa, the Indian Ocean and the Middle East/South Asia.

Mr Babur Habib

Co-founder & CEO, Portfolio School New York


Mr Babur is a tech entrepreneur who co-founded Kno Inc, an ed-tech company, reimagining how students consume content. The company was acquired by Intel Corporation, implementing innovative solutions in classrooms globally. Working with schools internationally, Mr Babur reevaluated how to serve each child's creativity, which led to the start of Portfolio School.

Mr Jose Papa

Chairman, BETT Global Education Council


Mr Jose Papa led the acquisition of Educar, what is now Bett Brazil the premier education event in Latin America. He was CEO of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity and was CEO in WGSN, the world’s top trend forecaster. Presently, Mr Jose is Chairman of Bett and co-founder of Trace Academia.

Ms Rosan Bosch

Renowned Learning Spaces Architect; Founder, Rosan Bosch Studio


Ms Rosan is internationally renowned for her thought-provoking designs and innovative perspectives on learning spaces for the future. She has worked with local and national authorities to transform education, from the Vittra schools in Sweden and the award-winning Sheikh Zayed Private Academy in Abu Dhabi to the Ministry of Education in Argentina.

Mr Takaharu Tezuka

Award-winning, Visionary Education Architect; President, Tezuka Architects


Mr Takaharu Tezuka established Tezuka Architects in 1994 and has extensive experience designing spaces for children, such as Fuji Kindergarten, which was named the best school in the world by OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) and UNESCO. Mr Takaharu`s TED Talk recorded 7th in the world in 2015 for viewability.

Mr. Ali Ahmad Khan

Chief Operating Officer, Beaconhouse School System


With over 24 years of experience as a tech evangelist, Mr Ali Ahmed Khan believes the main purpose of technology is to increase human potential and enhance connections. He has worked on multiple projects with educationists to improve learning, increase student agency and getting young people ready for the world of tomorrow.

His Excellency Omar Sultan Al Olama

Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, UAE


His Excellency Omar Sultan Al Olama was appointed Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence in October 2017, making him the first AI Minister appointed by any government in the world. His responsibilities include enhancing government performance by investing in the latest technologies and tools of artificial intelligence and applying them in various sectors. His Excellency Omar Sultan Al Olama is currently the Managing Director of the World Government Summit. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees of Dubai Future Foundation and Deputy Managing Director of the Foundation.

Mr Ali Hannan

Teacher and Debater


Mr Ali Hannan is currently a CAIE Global Perspectives & Research Teacher and Research Supervisor at Beaconhouse School System. Previously, he has worked in Business Development in the international industrial/humanitarian sector. He represented the country at a World Bank forum, Budding Economists of South Asia winning as a team leader in 2010. He was the winner of the National Debates Championship from 2006 as well as Judge for Team Pakistan at the Worlds Debating Championship 2019.

Mr Ali Bin Amir

Global Telecom Industry Thought Leader


An alumnus, Mr Ali is an entrepreneurial business leader with long term stints in multiple emerging markets across Asia, Africa and Middle East coupled with experience with listed business in Sweden, South Africa, UK and USA. He has specific industry experience in telecoms, technology, FMCG and pharmaceuticals with global leaders such as PriceWaterhouseCoopers, GlaxoSmithKline, Uganda Telecom and MTN.

Ms Hinah Espejo Mian

Change Maker, Debater


Hinah is an alumnus and an active debater. She participated in various competitions and recently won the Novice Champion and Best Speaker award at the Japan Debating Union National British Parliamentary Tournament. She was selected to join the Olympics Broadcasting Services’ Production Team after completing their training programme for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. She is currently enrolled at Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan as a political science student where she has co-founded the organisation Horizon.

Mr Manik Elahi

Legislative professional


An alumnus, Manik Elahi currently serves as a legislative professional in the Office of New York State Senator Kevin S. Parker. Prior to this, he worked at the State University of New York (SUNY SAIL Institute), and in the Executive Chamber Lt. Governor’s office for New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s administration.

Ms Amber Noor Mustafa

Senior Manager Professional Development and School Improvement, Beaconhouse


Ms Amber Noor Mustafa has been associated with academia for the past 18 years. She has an MPhil in Educational Leadership and Management and a PGCert in Professional Development. She has recently been awarded the Fulbright PhD scholarship and plans to start her doctoral research at the Florida State University in fall 2020. She is co-founder of a philanthropic organisation 'Sharaf e Hayat Foundation', which provides clean drinking water to rural areas of Multan.

Mr Fred O`Rourke

Education Technology Specialist


Ms Mehnaz Akber Aziz

CEO & Founding Director, Children`s Global Network Pakistan


Ms Mehnaz Akber Aziz is one of the eight women directly elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan in the election 2018. As a Parliamentarian she is championing the cause of children in the Parliament. As a development professional she is one of the pioneers of early childhood education in Pakistan with over two decades of experience. She is the Chief Executive & Founding Director Children’s Global Network Pakistan and President Parwaan.

Ms Nadine Murtaza

Educator & Executive Director, Headstart School


Ms. Nadine Murtaza is Executive Director at Headstart School. She looks after the IB PYP program, and is the founder of NJs House, and Dheere Bolo, a children’s publishing start up, which is working to develop curricula and content, in local languages for Pakistani students. In the recent past, she has been invited to speak on a number of platforms, including to TEDex Islamabad

Mr Usama Khilji

Director, Bolo Bhi


Usama Khilji is Director of Bolo Bhi, Board member of Global Network Initiative, & Advisor to Refugee Rights Europe. He is a columnist at Dawn & Al Jazeera English. He has given two TEDx talks (internet & civic education). Usama was a Chevening Scholar at LSE, & was a teacher for 8 years.

Ms Saira Mubashir Butt

General Manager, Early Years Education, Beaconhouse School System


Ms Saira Mubashir Butt is an advocate for promoting the integration of education technology in Early Years classrooms and has been instrumental in improving Early Years provision across the country. She has served as a consultant for numerous projects and has attended and presented at numerous international and national conferences.

Mr Ali Raza

Group Director, Beaconhouse


Mr Ali Raza has worked in the corporate, development and public sector for the past 27 years. At Beaconhouse, he has been working as a Regional Director (Pakistan and Southeast Asia) and Country Head for The Educators. He has also served as the Advisor to the Prime Minister on Education Reform Program for over two years.

Mr Alex Kirby

Journalist & Environmentalist


Alex Kirby is a former BBC News environment journalist in radio, TV and online. He now edits a website, the Climate News Network, which publishes a daily news story on climate and energy science, free for universal use and aimed especially at journalists.

Ms Anam Rathor

Environmentalist & Co-founder, Climate Action Pakistan


Ms Anam Rathor is a climate change and women rights’ activist. In 2016, Ms Anam joined the local environmental group to stop fossil fuel funding for oil pipelines and tar sands projects. In 2018, she joined the Sunrise Movement as an organiser to get fossil fuel money out of politics. In 2019, she co-founded “Climate Action Pakistan”, a people movement focused on climate change and environmental, education, advocacy, justice and policy.

Mr Hammad Naqi Khan

Director General & CEO, WWF Pakistan


Mr Hammad Naqi Khan is the Director General/CEO of WWF-Pakistan since September 2014. He worked for WWF-International's Market Transformation Initiative (MTI) as the Global Cotton Leader from August 2011 to July 2014. He has more than 24 years of professional experience in donor liaison, resource mobilisation, and programme development.

Ms Rina Saeed Khan

International Award-winning Environmental Journalist


Ms Rina Saeed Khan is an environmental journalist and has received the international award Earth Journalism Award in Copenhagen in 2009 for best reporting on climate change from Asia. She reports for Reuters Alertnet and Express Tribune, co-authored “Water in the Wilderness”, written “Mountains to Mangroves” and is the author of 2 books.

Mr Kasim Mahmud Kasuri

Chief Executive, Beaconhouse School System


Mr Kasim Kasuri is CEO of Beaconhouse, possibly the largest privately owned school network in the world, a position he has occupied since 2005. During this period, Mr Kasuri’s key focus has been the international development of Beaconhouse as well as the consolidation of Beaconhouse Pakistan. He is a believer of change in the educational status quo and was intimately involved in the establishment of TNS Beaconhouse, a school that challenges conventional thinking about teaching and learning. He also chairs the School of Tomorrow(SOT) Events.

Dr Daniel Fung

Chairman, Medical Board, Institute of Mental Health, Singapore

Mr Andreas Schleicher

Director General, OECD Directorate for Education & Skills


Andreas Schleicher is Director for Education and Skills at the OECD. He initiated and oversees the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) and other international instruments that have created a global platform for policy-makers, researchers and educators across nations and cultures to innovate and transform educational policies and practices. He has worked for over 20 years with ministers and education leaders to improve education. He is the recipient of numerous honours and awards and holds an honorary Professorship at the University of Heidelberg.

Mr Kasim Mahmud Kasuri

Chief Executive, Beaconhouse School System


Mr Kasim Kasuri is CEO of Beaconhouse, possibly the largest privately owned school network in the world, a position he has occupied since 2005. During this period, Mr Kasuri’s key focus has been the international development of Beaconhouse as well as the consolidation of Beaconhouse Pakistan. He is a believer of change in the educational status quo and was intimately involved in the establishment of TNS Beaconhouse, a school that challenges conventional thinking about teaching and learning. He also chairs the School of Tomorrow(SOT) Events.

Learning in Lockdown Mode: The student perspective

Across the world, nearly two billion students are suddenly out of school and university, giving rise to an ongoing debate amongst educators on ways to ensure that the learning process continues for students, but is the adult voice drowning out students’ voice and choice? This session brings together students from a cross-section of schools across Asia to share their personal learning experiences during the pandemic.

Driving questions:
  • - What have students’ experiences of transitioning to remote learning been?
  • - How are students coping with new learning methods and access?
  • - What have young people learnt about themselves during the lockdown?

Freedom and privacy in information societies: From Liberating Technologies to Orwellian Futures

With increased reliance on technology, societies are experiencing a multitude of transformative developments enabled by new ways in which individuals interact with each other. In dynamic and interconnected information societies, where there is greater freedom of expression and speech, there are also potential threats to freedom and privacy. While providing us with a window to the outside world, has technology also allowed invisible eyes to track our every movement - and word? This session brings together leading digital and civil rights activists with political leaders.

Driving questions:
  • - Is the freedom of open societies and digital economies at risk?
  • - Must there be a trade-off between liberating technologies and freedom & privacy in information societies?
  • - Has the pandemic highlighted additional online safety risks, and how can such risks be mitigated?
  • - How can societies adapt themselves to a digitalized future in which little can be kept ‘private’?

Designing Schools of Tomorrow: Reimagining Learning Spaces and Structure

Schools of the future need to reconsider the design of learning environments, creating modular, enduring, adaptable, and inspiring spaces that serve as the child’s ‘third teacher’. Indeed, many school organisations around the world are even beginning to reconsider the need for traditional ‘classrooms’ in future school projects. This session features two visionary and award-winning learning spaces architects from Japan and Denmark, the co-founder of a ‘microschool’ in New York City that has completely reinterpreted the use of space, and a key education technology leader.

Driving questions:
  • - Are there new opportunities for the use of space after Covid?
  • - How do the expectations for a student learning experience shape the development of an ecology of learning spaces?
  • - What type of learning spaces enhance student engagement?
  • - Does designing futuristic learning spaces have significant cost implications? If so, how do we make it a more inclusive endeavour?

The Economics of Lockdowns: "Saving Lives Trumps Safeguarding Livelihood"

We may soon face a dilemma, an ethical choice to either severely damage our livelihoods through extended lockdowns, or to sacrifice the lives of thousands, if not millions, to a fast-spreading virus. Most governments around the world do not want to have to make this difficult choice and are striving for a yet-elusive balance. This zero-sum debate, conducted in a structured parliamentary style, pitches two debate teams against each other, one supporting the proposition and the other opposing it. Who will prevail?

Driving questions:
  • - Are people more important than the economy? Why?
  • - Can we sustain economic shocks without causing human suffering?
  • - Can we balance the seemingly competing yet equally compelling forces of protecting lives and saving global economies from complete obliteration?

The Psychology of Learning: "Online Teaching is Ineffective for Younger Children"

Expansion of online education. However, there is much debate about the effectiveness of online learning for children under the age of seven years. The proponents and opponents debate the success of online learning and the impact on young learners. This parliamentary style debate pitches two teams against each other, one supporting the motion and the other opposing it. Who will swing the balance in their favour?

Driving questions:
  • - Can young children be meaningfully engaged in synchronous sessions?
  • - Who is responsible for ensuring that learning takes place during the asynchronous mode? Parents or teachers?
  • - Does online learning cater to all learning domains of early childhood education?
  • - Is there an impact of extended screen time on young children?

Environment, Climate, and Pandemics: Establishing Connections for a Safer Future

The Covid-19 global pandemic has laid bare the gross inequalities across the globe in health and income distribution, in addition to highlighting links between climate change, global degradation of the natural world, and the outbreak of new viral illnesses. This session features leading environmentalists hoping to explain how environmental degradation may continue to lead to future pandemics.

Driving questions:
  • - Are changing weather patterns and ecological concerns increasing the risk of infectious diseases?
  • - How can concerns related to climate and infectious disease be addressed simultaneously?
  • - What lessons can be drawn from the Covid-19 pandemic for tackling the climate and environmental crisis?
  • - What role can citizens across the world play in promoting environmental sustainability in a ‘new world’?

Setting Directions for a Brave New World

The world as we knew it in 2019 is a lost world​. The new decade will see us reconstruct a brave and courageous new world defined through our negotiation of the complex challenges surrounding the Covid-19 global pandemic. Sharing our intellectual, emotional, and social competencies, we hope to understand the global pandemic that both afflicts us and drives us to create a better world. This session features a special message from the Director General of the World Health Organization and serves to lay the foundation for the three-day conference.

Driving questions:
  • - Is the “Covid-effect” temporary or has it permanently altered our lives?
  • - How have school systems from developed and emerging economies responded to the Covid crisis?
  • - How will school systems worldwide recover from learning losses over the past few months? Will more children join the 285 million globally who weren’t in school even before Covid?
  • - Will the “post-pandemic world” really be different? Will we ever be able to address inequities in food security, healthcare, education, and income?
  • - What did we learn from WHO’s warning in 2005 of a global pandemic and Bill Gates’ elaboration on this in 2015? What lessons can humanity now learn about the future?

EVENT SCHEDULE

STREAM 1
NEW PARADIGMS OF LEARNING

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STREAM 2
A BALANCED & SAFER FUTURE


DAY 1: 10th July, 2020

Time (GMT)
0800 - 0900
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Featuring a special message from Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General of the World Health Organization

Moderator: Mr Kasim Mahmud Kasuri
Panellists: Mr Andreas Schleicher , Dr Mishal Khan, Baroness Mobarik CBE , Mr Shafqat Mahmood , Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Dr Dirk Van Damme
Time (GMT)
0915 - 1015
GMT
Panel Discussion: Learning in Lockdown Mode: The Student Perspective
Moderator: Mr Alister Bartholomew
Panellists: Mr Aldrin Maqyl bin Adira, Ms Allison Chong Xiao Li , Ms Kanza Muzaffar , Ms Nurelhuda Giobran
0930 - 1030
GMT
Session Prelude: "Special Address by HE Omar Bin Sultan Al Olama of UAE, Minister of State for Digital Economy & Artificial Intelligence"
Panel Discussion: Freedom and Privacy in Information Societies: From Liberating Technologies to Orwellian Futures
Moderator: Mr Ali Ahmad Khan
Panellists: Mr Jibran Nasir , Lord Jim Knight, Ms Nighat Dad
1030 - 1130
GMT
Panel Discussion: Designing Schools of Tomorrow: Reimagining Learning Spaces and Structures
Moderator: Mr Clive Barnes
Panellists: Mr Babur Habib, Mr Jose Papa , Ms Rosan Bosch , Mr Takaharu Tezuka
1045 - 1145
GMT
Debate: The Economics of Lockdowns: "Saving Lives Trumps Safeguarding Livelihood"
Debater: Mr Ali Hannan , Mr Ali Bin Amir, Ms Hinah Espejo Mian, Mr Manik Elahi
Host: Ms Amber Noor Mustafa
1145 - 1245
GMT
Debate: The Psychology of Learning: "Online Teaching is Ineffective for Younger Children"
Debater: Mr Fred O`Rourke, Ms Mehnaz Akber Aziz, Ms Nadine Murtaza, Mr Usama Khilji
Host: Ms Saira Mubashir Butt
1200 - 1300
GMT
Panel Discussion: Environment, Climate, and Pandemics: Establishing Connections for a Safer Future
Moderator: Mr Ali Raza
Panellists: Mr Alex Kirby, Ms Anam Rathor, Mr Hammad Naqi Khan , Ms Rina Saeed Khan

DAY 2: 11th July, 2020

Time (GMT)
Time (GMT)
0915 - 1015
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
0930 - 1030
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
1030 - 1130
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
1045 - 1145
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
1145 - 1245
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
1200 - 1300
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
1145 - 1245
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
1200 - 1300
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson

DAY 3: 12th July, 2020

Time (GMT)
Time (GMT)
0915 - 1015
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
0930 - 1030
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
1030 - 1130
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
1045 - 1145
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
1145 - 1245
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
1200 - 1300
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
1145 - 1245
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson
1200 - 1300
GMT
Panel Discussion: Setting Directions for A Brave New World
Moderator: Mr Kasim Kasuri
Speakers: Dr Tedros Andhanom Ghebreyesus, Mr Andreas Schleicher, Maggie Atkinson