Professor Hoskins spoke at the UNICEF second consultation meeting with education ministries from Palestine, Egypt and Tunisia. Phase-2 developing instruments for the remaining 4 skills (Critical Thinking, Cooperation, Communication, Resilience).

Activity: Public engagement and outreachContribution to the work of non-academic organisations


Second Consultation meeting with Education Ministries from Palestine, Egypt and Tunisia, on the Life Skills and Citizenship Education (LSCE) Measurement Instrument.

The aim of the meeting was to encourage education ministries to conduct the life skills measurement instrument funded by UNICEF and co-authored by Professor Hoskins, University of Roehampton.

Information provided about the purpose of the LSCE instrument is as follows:
Teaching and learning life skills is incredibly important for empowering children and young people to achieve success in education, employment, and personal goals. Nevertheless, few education systems have integrated life skills into their education systems. One of the reasons for this is challenges concerning the lack of knowledge as to how life skills can be measured, assessed, and evaluated.
Period17 May 2022
Degree of RecognitionInternational