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Presentation of Nihal El-Megharbel, Ministry of State for Local Development

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  • 1. Reflections on the workshops findings from the CoR networksNihal El-Megharbel
  • 2. Day Two, 1 June Session 1 – Closing plenary Presentation of the workshops findings Reflections on the workshops findings from the CoR networks Nihal El-Megharbel Director, Local Administration Reform Unit (LARU) Ministry of Local Development (MLD), EgyptMULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 2
  • 3. Three Main Questions1. How important is human resource development for regional development?2. How can regional authorities develop partnerships and cooperation between different stakeholders?3. What can ARLEM network do to support regional authorities to develop education and training to meet the local needs?MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 3
  • 4. 1. How important is human resource development for regional development?MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 4
  • 5. MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 5
  • 6. Relations between sustainable development and human resource development Education, training and re-training: increase productivity Human resource Sustainable development development the main sources aims at satisfying people’s of competitiveness needs without sacrificing the interests of future generations Increase growth, creates more jobs, increase investment in soft infrastructureMULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 6
  • 7. Matching supply and demand: Several Levels & different actors NetworkingSeveral levelsCentralRegional Local Coordination Functional reform MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 7
  • 8. Several levels & different actors: Multi-level governance of VET Elements of Good Governance Asking each actor how it applies the element vis-à-vis other actors and also how it perceives the application of other actors to the same elementMULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 8
  • 9. 2. How can regional authorities develop partnerships and cooperation between different stakeholders?MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 9
  • 10. Supply side: Demand side: Increase employability Create job opportunities Engage businesses (public, Engage businesses andprivate and associations) with administration in:public administration (at improving businesscentral, regional, local levels) environment and encouragingin determining skills deficit, employment intensiveand designing curricula and investment.training programs. supporting MSEs, create niche Initiate a social dialogue to markets, and promotechange students and parents innovation and clustering.perspectives about VET. Promote entrepreneurship and self employment. MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 1 0
  • 11. Supply side: Demand side: Increase employability Create job opportunities Create a “Local Employment Forum”, in the spirit of LocalEconomic Development Forum. The forum represents a platform for dialogue and policyreforms. Members of the forum include local authorities, serviceproviders (public & private(, NGOs, development agencies,financial institutions, students, parents, local media, etc. Through the forum, all stakeholders will be engaged inVET process starting from planning to impact assessment. Promote the notion of territorial cohesion.MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 1 1
  • 12. Supply side: Demand side: Increase employability Create job opportunities Promote the notion of territorial cohesion. Encourage the concept of “contractualisation” betweendifferent administration levels.MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 1 2
  • 13. 3. What can ARLEM network doto support regional authorities to develop education and training to meet the local needs?MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 1 3
  • 14. Role of ARLEM (1) Promote the adoption of the subsidiarity and proportionality principles. Support the mutual recognition of diplomas and qualifications. Support the adoption of standards for quality and efficiency of education and training systems. Encourage member states to adopt “dual education systems” to ensure partnership between governments, private institutions, NGOs, development agencies, etc.. Promote the importance of developing comprehensive information systems for the region.MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 1 4
  • 15. Role of ARLEM (2) Support the creation of a regulatory and institutional framework for cooperation and social partnerships between member countries. Coordinate efforts with UfM Secretariat to ensure that education and training policies are supporting regional sustainable urban development. Support the provision of finance to education and training projects, especially for small-scale and bottom-up initiatives, in the region through international finance institutions.MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 1 5
  • 16. Role of ARLEM (3) Create a platform to encourage the exchange of knowledge and good practices. Promote social dialogue between education and training stakeholders between Northern and Southern Mediterranean countries.MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING 1 6