The International Parliament of Education (IPE) is a non-profit organization that works to improve education around the world. We do this by planning and enacting practical initiatives, and by recognizing and rewarding those who are making a difference in education.
Networking with Global CEOs.
Fundraising for scholarships.
P.R. with Ambassadors & Government.
Conferences for academic communities.
One of our fundamental objectives is to generate the necessary conditions to exchange the educational experience of different countries and find common ground in this new era. We believe that by sharing our experiences, we can learn from each other and improve the quality of education for all. We are:
Investing in education and promoting the best practices for learning and training programs.
Recognizing the greatest intellectual link between all people to achieve peace, freedom, and social justice in a global context.
Promoting the development of activities in the field of education. Activities in their various aspects, and stimulating scientific, aesthetic, philosophical, and social research.
We are also coordinating educational activities to achieve a rapprochement between all countries.
We believe that education is a powerful force for peace and understanding, and we want to use it to bring people together.
To achieve our goals, we work with a variety of partners, including governments, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations. We believe that by working together, we can make a real difference in the world of education. We do this by planning and enacting practical initiatives, and by recognizing and rewarding those who are making a difference in education.
As the International Parliament of Education, we are committed to sharing our experiences with the best global institutions that are related to education. We are willing to work hand-in-hand to increase the results in schools and communities.
Here are some specific ways that we can work with other institutions to improve education:
The World Affairs Council of Greater Houston
The World Affairs Council of Greater Houston is a member of the World Affairs Councils of America, a national organization with chapters in more than 95 U.S. cities. Councils were first established in the U.S. at the end of World War I as a result of America’s increased role on the international stage. The need for U.S. citizens to be informed about international affairs became more apparent after World War II, and yet again after the Cold War.
The Council in Houston has provided programs since 1969 and is currently one of the largest public forums in the region. Now, more than ever, it is important that we equip residents of our Global City with the tools to succeed in an interconnected global world, where the actions of one citizen, one community, one nation, can impact us all. For more information, please contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
American Society Of Mexico (AMSOC).
Bilateral education is a unique opportunity to share common goals. Future leaders and workers need to be prepared for the most important corporations. Today, we are part of an alliance that is willing to share some scholarships, to design networking events and to share some of the most important trending topics that will increase benefits for Mexican and American citizens as well as expats programs. Social responsibility is a most for both organizations. AMSOC has more than 160 companies that support social responsibility programs and we are part of their educational board members for schoolyear 2023-2024. For more information, please contact us by email to email@example.com
One of the best worldwide organizations is Junior Achievement. We promote their programs and contribute with their partners working hand by hand to make things possible. The International Parliament of Education recruit women who are willing to study:
1. Digital Trends like Cibersecurity (CISCO Recognition), Cloud Computing (Amazon Web Services Recognition) or WEB Development (IBM Recognition). The program has the support from the BID organization.
2. Entrepreneurial Skills for Women. Designed by Exxonmobil and Junior Achievement. We help them to support new entrepreneurs by communicating the program in different communities.
We are celebrating Junior Achievement Mexico’s 50th Anniversary too. For more information, please contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior Achievement Worldwide.
AIESEC´s official global alumni association, and working in close cooperation with AIESEC, they bring together AIESEC Alumni in a lifelong connection with the fundamental priority to enhance leadership under AIESEC values for life we look to have programs that supports continuous personal and professional growth of a network that takes an active role for a better world in order to achieve peace and fulfillment of Human´s kinds potential. For more information, please contact us by email to email@example.com
Tourism Latinamerican Association.
The Latinamerican Tourism Association host as partner The International Parliament of Education. Together, we are working in a strategic plan to represent the most important cultural projects in America, Europe or other continents. Ambassadors, Tourism Secretaries from different countries and Councils are part of this important representation that enriches the promotion of social groups, communities and the most important touristic points from human heritage recognized by UNESCO. Latinamerican traditions, social and artistic events and national festivities are some of the important activities that we will promote for 2024. For more information, please contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The alliance is willing to engage students and teachers to join the technology evolution. This allows students to be part of events related to digital platforms, media and communications, entrepreneurship events and masterclasses with great telecom speakers. Teachers can be part of the Global Teachers Prize too. If you are interested in launching this project in your school or if you would like to participate, For more information, please contact us by email to email@example.com
Global Communications Institute. Leescubrelo Project.
This Alliance Benefit students from public schools. For school year 2023-2024, students will share some books and do 4 activities for Leescubrelo Program: During the first period, they will read Frankenstein from international literature. The author is Mary Shelly, and the students will share their ideas on a digital platform with other students form different schools. On the second period, they will write an essay about the core values they have found in that masterpiece. The third period, they will create a storytelling related with innovation. And on the forth period, they will be in an oral communication competition. Oratory competitors will be part of the Miguel Aleman Foundation Ceremony where they receive different presents from some sponsors. For more information, please contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org