babwe.” Senator Coltart will share his assessment of the crisis of schools and education in Zimbabwe, present his country’s priorities for recovery and outline options for international support.
Please join us for this unique opportunity to meet Senator Coltart, learn more about Zimbabwe and meet with old and new friends who have an interest in Zimbabwe’s future. We hope to see you there!
David Coltart, MDC Senator, has been a human rights lawyer in Zimbabwe since 1983. He was first elected to represent the Bulawayo South House of Assembly constituency in June 2000, and was reelected in March 2005. In March 2008 he was elected as a Senator to represent Khumalo. A leader in the opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), Senator Coltart was sworn in as Minister of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture in February 2009, under the Global Political Agreement, which made Robert Mugabe (ZANU-PF) President and Morgan Tsvangirai (MDC) Prime Minister.
The Council for Zimbabwe, an international civil society organization, serves the humanitarian and development needs of Zimbabwe by leveraging the expertise and resources of the Zimbabwean Diaspora, other global citizens, and institutions for the health, education and economic well being of all Zimbabweans. The Council is a non-political organization. For more information about our efforts, visit: www.zimcouncil.org…
http://esingularity.ning.com for eSingularity and we have updated our http://www.EDUIT.org site. Check it out! See who you know is supporting our idea and helping us bring it about. I am sure you know some of them.
There are many ways you too can take part. Or you may be like so many who enjoys watching from the sidelines as it takes shape.
I hope you will stop by and share your thoughts regarding eSingularity and it's importance on human culture and our future if we are to succeed as a species.
The fact is, whether you like it or not, at some point in the near future education will be free just like all the social sites popping up. You may cry and say "what about the teacher and schools?!" what about them... just because education is free doesn't mean we loose teachers and school. Education as a natural right goes back as far as the Founding Father. The idea is timely and in fact very American. When State universities first came about many were free.
On EDUIT, Inc I have set up a count down clock... Can you figure out the date I have set for eSingularity to happen? What date would your set? or better yet tell me a date below when you think it's coming! It really is... will you be ready for it?…