Science and Education Minister Blazenka Divjak will present Croatia's curricular reform at the Education World Forum in London on Monday and will spend the next two days after that in Brussels, presenting Croatia's priorities during its EU presidency to the European Parliament (EP).
At the Education World Forum, Minister Divjak will be speaking about the goals of the curricular reform in Croatia, the results of its experimental stage and the course of the education reform, her ministry said on Sunday.
During her stay in Brussels on Tuesday and Wednesday, Divjak will inform members of the EP’s committees on culture and education and industry, research and energy about the priorities of Croatia’s EU presidency in the sector of education, research and space.
On Tuesday, Divjak will attend the 12th European Space Conference, where she will speak about Croatia’s position and goals of its EU presidency in the development of the space sector of the EU and Europe in general.
Special emphasis will be put on the need for a complementary specialisation of all member-states in the development of space technologies and the importance of the space sector in dealing with the burning problems of today, such as climate change.
Emphasis will also be put on the sector’s role in encouraging research and innovation and motivating young people with regard to the choice of their future profession, the ministry said.