Simon Bailey

I am the Head of Learning, Research and Network at Aflatoun. My job is to ensure Aflatoun’s programmes use the best possible curriculum, that we are having a positive effect on the children we work with and that organizations in our network are learning from their experience with Aflatoun. Prior to working at Aflatoun, I worked in the Canadian Parliament, managed social policy pilot programmes in Canada, and researched microinsurance in Bangladesh. I have a graduate degree in political theory from the London School of Economics and an undergraduate degree in History from the University of Toronto.

Email simon@aflatoun.org
Website http://aflatoun.org/people/peoplestaff/simon-bailey
Member since 10 December 2013

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The Aflatoun Network was highlighed in the Stanford Social Innovation Review. This was done in partnership with the International Centre for Social Franchising. See link http://www.ssireview.org/articles/entry/franchising_a_fireball

by Simon Bailey (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 21 May 2014

Juana Fabian Ogando Well-done

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Aflatoun partners are now reaching 2362500 children and youth in 27347 schools and centres around the world. Congrats teachers, trainers, and partners on your achievement!

by Simon Bailey (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 13 May 2014

Juana Fabian Ogando Thanksgiving is a great achievement and there is still much to do.

ANGEL YESID AMADO RODRIGUEZ Good thing my friend ... I prepared a surprise for his stats from Colombia for next year.

Aug 17

Microfinance Evaluation Training

Interesting opportunity for practicioners interested in random control trials for microfinance programmes.
See here https://www.dropbox.com/s/yqbi5525i2axp9z/defi%2010%20%20RUG%20flyer%20Summerschools.pdf

from 17 Aug to 23 Aug, Groningen, NL

by Simon Bailey (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 30 April 2014

JEAN MICHEL NGOYI then I have this document because we are the tins with us

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New Findings from global research: Aflatoun is the most evidence based approach to changing children's financial behaviors.

by Simon Bailey (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 17 April 2014

There is an interesting blog post online about the challenges of improving educational outcomes in Tanzania. https://dfid.blog.gov.uk/2014/04/10/speeding-up/
A few key points: that our theory of changes do not always align with the initiatives that get rolled out, that there are lots of other... Read more

by Simon Bailey (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 14 April 2014

Tadios Kebede Gebru Great to have you online with us. Tell us something new or special about the work you are doing in #Ethiopia.

by Simon Bailey (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 7 April 2014

Robert Namunyu Wawire we have two cases in Children and Change 2011 that look at competitions for #enterprise. They are in #Belarus and #Peru.

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by Simon Bailey (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 7 April 2014

Robert Namunyu Wawire Thank you Simon for sharing. What might be equally helpful is to be linked with the team in Peru so that we can discuss more.
thanks,
Robert

Menno Aflatoun Diana Castaneda Herrera could I link you with Robert to discuss competitions for enterprise?

Robert Namunyu Wawire Indeed yes! I will appreciate

Apr 3

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Aflatoun Academy Launch

Aflatoun Academy is opening up to partners teachers and trainers globally. We hope you join and introduce yourself to this growing community.

from 3 Apr to 3 Apr, Online

by Simon Bailey (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 3 April 2014

RODOLFO M. VILLANUEVA Aflatoun Academy is a stepping stone to a better world where our children, the youth and the elders can work together to shape our common future thru the "fireball" or the Aflatoun Way! Explore, Think, Investigate and ACT!!

Juana Fabian Ogando Good initiative, excellent ...

Emmanuel MANIRAFASHA Tutu Rosemary Nanyonjo. Welcome to Aflatoun Academy. Tell us a bit about who you are and why you joined.

by Simon Bailey (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 3 April 2014

Aflatoun Global Master Training. Focus on helping teachers asking good questions to children and youth. What are your favourite or least favourite questions?

by Simon Bailey (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 18 March 2014

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