Highlights from the Global Action Week for Education
Your weekly Buzz blog is back! It has been a important week for education advocates thanks to the Global Action Week for Education, which called on partners to work together to end the global education crisis. The “My Education, My rights” theme explored the right to education through personal stories from around the world. The initiative gained a lot of attention in the virtual sphere. Subscribe to receive weekly social media highlights from across the partnership.
May 03, 2019 by GPE Secretariat|
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Let’s take a peek at some highlights:

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