On November 16, Shlomit Grayevsky, CEO of ADI Jerusalem, represented the State of Israel at the Soong Ching Ling International Forum on Child Development, held in Beijing. Shlomit was one of a number of international representatives participating in the Forum via ZOOM due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The Soong Ching Ling International Forum on Child Development was hosted by the China Soong Ching Ling Youth Science, Technology and Cultural Exchange Center in cooperation with the Chinese Ministry of Education and the China Education International Exchange Association.
Centered on the theme “Set Sail, Navigate and Escort-Child Development and Minor Protection,” participants conducted in-depth discussions on the practice of minor protection and child development, successfully promoting exchanges, discussing problems, finding solutions and interconnecting as they reached expected goals and achieved positive results during the two-session forum.
Forum participants included Dai Wende, Deputy Representative of the United Nations Development Program in China, Kim Hang-kyu, Chairman of the 21st Century Korea-China Exchange Association, Shi Mingrui, Education and Culture Counselor of the Finnish Embassy in China, Brandon Wigner, Chairman of the British International Education Association and Agrebina Shin, Minister of Preschool Education in Uzbekistan as well as representatives of Waseda University of Japan, the University of Tampere in Finland, the University of New South Wales, Australia, the Social Policy Center of China and, as mentioned, Shlomit Grayevsky, CEO of ADI Jerusalem, Israel.