Mental health and remote learning in emergencies
We are pleased to invite you to a launch webinar for UNICEF’s new report “Remote modalities and mental health and psychosocial support in the education sector.”
UNICEF Report Launch: ‘The role of remote modalities in implementing mental health and psychosocial support programs and services in the education sector’
26 September 2022, 2pm - 3pm UTC (time zone converter)
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N.B. This web event will be conducted in English with closed captioning in English.
UNICEF is launching a report on the role of remote modalities in implementing mental health and psychosocial support programs and services in the education sector. The purpose of this report is to inform policymakers and practitioners about current interventions that promote the mental health and psychosocial wellbeing of learners, delivered a distance or through a blend of remote and face to face learning approaches, including support to educators and caregivers through schools and other learning environments.
Join us to learn more about the potential of remote modalities for supporting mental health and social and emotional learning.
- Mr. Bassem Nasir, Education Specialist, UNICEF
- Dr. Anna Dabrowski, Senior Research Fellow, ACER
- Olusoji Victor Ladele, Innovation Manager on Mental health and Psychosocial Well-being, UNICEF
- Syeda Kashfee Ahmed, Research Fellow, ACER
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