The aim of this conference is to bring researchers, educationists, academicians and practitioners at one platform and help them share their best practices. The spirit of this conference lies in congregating the researchers and practitioners for facilitating networking and collaboration among participants from diverse backgrounds, fostering a global community committed to advancing SDG-4. ICE- 2023 will also facilitate interactions between educators, policymakers, NGOs, private sector representatives, and civil society to promote multi-stakeholder collaborations for achieving SDG-4.
ICE- 2023 also aims to highlight successful case studies, projects, and initiatives nationally and internationally that have contributed to improving the quality of education, promoting gender equality, and ensuring equal access for marginalized and vulnerable populations. We hope to explore innovative approaches and technologies that can enhance teaching and learning experiences, improve educational access, and address challenges such as lack of infrastructure and resources.
Last but not the least, through ICE- 2023 we want to foster discussions on effective educational policies, strategies, and interventions that can drive progress towards achieving SDG-4 at local, national, and international levels.
Professor Stefan Krummaker
Queen Mary University of London
Professor of Leadership Practice; Deputy Vice-Principal (Education)
Deputy Vice-Principal Education (QMUL)
Member of the Department of People and Organisations
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Sarwar
Faculty of Education
International Islamic University, Islamabad