The Bridge workshop’s final report, organized by the Korean National Commission for UNESCO, was launched, and “We Love Reading,” actively participated in this significant event.
Spanning three consecutive days, the workshop brought together a diverse group of partner organizations involved in the Bridge project.
The Korean National Commission for UNESCO sent a heartfelt letter of appreciation to Miss. Lina Qtaishat the Research Project Manager at We Love Reading who represented We Love Reading in the workshop.
The comprehensive report covered various workshop topics, including an overview of the Bridge Program, guidelines on writing Project Concept Papers, and guidelines to write Bi-Monthly Reports using Google Applications, a summary of the workshop entitled Consultation Sessions on Examination of Project Status and Review of Project Concept Papers.
Furthermore, the report cast light on the National Institute for Lifelong Education, with an engaging Q&A session providing valuable insights. Additionally, it delved into an analysis of the Republic of Korea’s strategy for Official Development Assistance (ODA) in education, while also exploring the Bridge project from the perspective of Korean youth.
The report further emphasized the importance of partnerships between the public and private sectors, as highlighted during the informal meeting of the Korean National Commission for UNESCO.
This workshop served as a valuable platform for exchanging experiences related to lifelong education programs in various regions and offered a space for discussing effective collaborative approaches for the future.
During the course of the workshop, Miss. Lina adeptly presented the We Love Reading program’s best practices implemented throughout 2022, with a particular focus on remarkable achievements in scientific research. She also actively engaged in individual interviews with the National Commission for UNESCO, in addition to other noteworthy contributions.