Before the activity, the first conference day will be led by Nobel Peace Prize and former president of Timor Leste, José Manuel Ramos-Horta, who will address the role of higher education in the sustainable and inclusive development of our peoples, reported Prensa Latina.
In another significant moment of the final day of the biennial event, the secretary general of the Organization of Ibero-American States, Paulo Speller, will address the realities and challenges of higher education in the area.
Meanwhile, the Historian of Havana, Eusebio Leal, deliver a lecture on Innovation and the university in the restoration and development of historical and cultural centers of our cities.
In parallel, and before the close of the conclave, will continue the workshops, panels and round tables during the Congress they have been offered to his motto: Innovating University for sustainable human development.
Issues such as academic internationalization, Information Technology and Communications, the relationship between institutions of higher learning and social progress, and humanistic training of professionals, have focused the discussions at the meeting.
Translated by: Daysi Olano Fernandez