The organization hosted its annual event Rethink Education in Dhaka
Nook, a self-designed learning centre which enables marginalized community members to pursue their own education, has celebrated its first anniversary in Bangladesh.
The organization hosted its annual event Rethink Education at a restaurant in Dhaka on Sunday.
The aim of the event was to celebrate the idea of self-designed learning where the boundaries of modern education will be rebuilt for a better future.
Nook was established in Bangladesh by IFNB in March, 2020 and implemented at Barishal by Barishal Youth Society (BYS) in collaboration with Green Ink. IFNB, a German based non-profit organization, thrives to bring innovation in education through promoting self-designed learning.
In addition to the participation of representatives from IFNB, the annual gathering featured talented, creative youth learners from Barisal who shared their perspectives or experiences with the methods of self-designed learning, followed by a cultural program.
IFNB country representative Ehsan Kabir, founder and executive director of BYS, Faez Belal were present at the event along with officials from various development organizations.
The event ended with a video message from Dr Christoph Neuisdl, founder and chairman of IFNB.