Ena Elsa Velázquez, Minister of Education of Cuba, participates in an international forum that takes place in London with the attendance of 1,263 delegates from 95 countries.
The main objective of this international event is to discuss the future of education, as reported by Prensa Latina agency.
The meeting is held behind closed doors in Queen Isabel II conference room, located in front of the British Parliament, and has as its central motto: 'A generation? What is necessary to transform education?’
This event is internationally recognized as the quintessential ministerial forum to discuss future teaching methods; the meeting brings together representatives of two-thirds of the world's population every year in London.
During the three days of the conference, participants will discuss the common challenges and problems facing education, stated the organizers, including the British Foreign Ministry, the education and international development departments of the United Kingdom , and the British Council.
On the opening day, the Cuban minister met with her Nicaraguan counterpart, Miriam Raudez, also the director of the forum programs, Gavin Dykes, and the director of the British Council in Cuba, Minerva Rodríguez, as informed by the Caribbean country's embassy in this capital to Prensa Latina.