IFHE plans to submit a statement to the United Nations Commission for Social Development 2021 and is inviting members to contribute.
Theme of the statement is “Socially just transition towards sustainable development: the role of digital technologies on social development and well-being of all”. We are looking for experts on home economics & digital technologies to contribute to the statement. The more aspects and perspectives we can add, the better. If you are interested, please send your contact details and background to Annette.firstname.lastname@example.org until 5 October 2020.
The virtual Council meeting 2020 has concluded and almost 70 registered delegates made this new format a success. They took decisions and adopted a resolution on home economics education in 2020.
The Council also marked the start of Gwendolyn HUSTVEDT’s term as new IFHE President 2020-2024.
It certainly would have been nice to celebrate these important event together. And to hand over in person the Distinguished Services Award to 2020 winner Margaret ARCUS. But the “new normal” requires us to find alternatives. To let you participate as much as possible, we prepared a NEWS RELEASE (attached) as well as: