E-Camp: Social Accountability for Better Education Services which aims to amplify the importance of citizen-government engagement in the discussion, implementation and monitoring of the education MDG. was held last December 3-5, 2014 at the Development Academy of the Philippines in Tagaytay City, Philippines. The event was attended by over a hundred participants from 10 countries including the Philippines, Indonesia, Cambodia, Mongolia, Japan, Vietnam, USA, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and India.
E-camp gathered education advocates, supporters and stakeholders from civil society, government and international development partners to, share knowledge on citizen-led initiatives to monitor school services and opportunities for constructive engagement with government; harness a community of education monitors and advocates in the region; and draft an action agenda to strengthen citizen engagement as an approach to achieving the education development goal.
The event used the unconference approach that results in an open space, self-organizing, participant led experience.
Below are the photos and videos of the event.
Onsite photos presentation 3
Onsite video presentation 3