The Coalition

The 21st Century Skills Coalition supports to implement a new generation of education and training policies in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Coalition is a multi-sector partnership that promotes the development and strengthening of transversal skills in Latin America and the Caribbean.

MEMBERS

  • Ashoka
  • CLOO
  • Fundación Wikimedia
  • SK Telecom
  • hundrED
  • FORGE
  • Fundación FCBarcelona
  • Agencia Francesa de Desarrollo IFD
  • TUMO
  • Fundación Real Madrid
  • Amazon Web Service
  • iNNpulsa
  • Holberton
  • GRAMMY
  • Scholas
  • Google
  • Fundación Santillana
  • ISTE
  • KERIS
  • Think Equal
  • Laboratoria
  • D2L
  • Minerva
  • REDUCA
  • Skills Agility Lab
  • Fundación Gratitud
  • Fundación Gabo
  • MEDUCA
  • Fundación Trilema
  • Virtual Educa
  • Fundación Danilo Perez
  • Education Above All
  • Empresarios por la Educación
  • CEIBAL

This coalition started with 22 partners from the public and private sectors with funding resources to support projects that will promote these skills among the children and youth in the region. The Coalition was stated as a part of the launching event of the initiative #Skills21 in Panama City, Panama. 

COALITION IMPACT

  • PRESS
    KERIS joins the Coalition to promote transversal skills for the 21st century

    the Korea Education and Research Information Service (KERIS ) has joined the IDB’s Coalition for 21st Century Skills

  • PRESS
    KERIS se une a la Coalición para promover las habilidades del siglo XXI

    El Servicio de Información sobre Educación e Investigación de Corea (KERIS ) se ha unido a la Coalición liderada por el BID

  • PRESS
    IDB launches call for proposals for innovations promoting the 21st century skills

    The spotlight project will target countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.

  • PRESS
    New Spotlight on 21st Century Skills in Latin America and the Caribbean in Partnership with IDB

    IDB and HundrED announce the launch of a new Spotlight project that aims to identify effective models for cultivating 21st-century skills in students

Are you an actor from the public or private sector, civil society, or academia interested in developing the 21st century talent?

We would love to hear from you and take ideas into action to expand our impact in Latin American and the Caribbean.