How does the EASG work?
The Education and Academia Stakeholder Group (EASG) brings together human rights-based education civil society organisations as well as academia organisations and networks that work on the right to education, which self-organise to engage with the monitoring and review of the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Group is organised by the Global Campaign for Education, Education International, the International Council for Adult Education and the European Students’ Union. To register your interest in joining the Education and Academia stakeholder group, please complete this short form.
Preparing for participation and advocacy
The EASG strives to facilitate advance preparatory meetings via online discussions, and to organise in-person preparatory meetings a day before each of the official sessions, so as to provide guidance and discuss advocacy positions, opportunities and strategies.
Preparing Statements and Position Papers
EASG statements are to be developed collaboratively and based upon existing positions. The EASG strives to reach consensus, aiming for the most ambitious position possible.