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Story and Video: How can innovation improve access to quality learning?
© UNICEF/NYHQ2013-0190/Markisz | (second-from-left) Venture capitalist and Charles River Ventures Partner Emeritus Ted Dintersmith speaks at the event. Beside him on the dais are (left-right) Girls Who Code Executive Director Kristen Titus, international journalist and moderator, Femi Oke.
NEW YORK, United States of America, 3 May 2013 – Last week, the Government of Denmark and UNICEF hosted the interactive discussion ‘Breaking barriers: Innovative partnerships creating exponential change in access to quality learning’. Moderated by journalist Femi Oke, the lively discussion brought together government representatives, leaders from the private sector, civil society and others to explore how innovations can surmount barriers for children in fulfilling their right to access to a quality education and, more importantly, quality learning.To read the full story and watch the video, please visit the website.