Bio

Victoria is AMI’s representative to UNESCO and Board of the International Network for a Culture of Non-Violence and Peace. Recently she represented the UNESCO NGO Liaison Committee to the Consultative Group of NGOs for Education 2030. AMI is an accredited partner to UNESCO. Currently Victoria is on the AMI Advisory Council. For years she worked in Africa, training and implementing participatory development strategies for women, girls, adult literacy & early childhood. With international development organisations and NGOs, they developed awareness strategies to highlight women and girls’ education and countries’ socio-economic development at conferences, film festivals and other. She represents AMI at many international events, eg. the first UNESCO Conference on Early Childhood Care and Education (Moscow, 2010), the World Education Forum (Incheon, Korea, 2015). AMI 3-6 Diploma, Paris, masters in Applied linguistics, U. Paris.

Location

Paris
France

Type

Participant
Speaker

Languages

English
French

Nationality

French