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Only by fostering human rights knowledge, skills and attitudes in every generation, we can win the battle for human rights.
New data from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics confirm the need for accelerated efforts to get every child in school and learning.
Global commitments to reduce educational inequalities and ensure that all children have access to learning are not yet being met. GPE’s Knowledge and Innovation Exchange aims to fill knowledge gaps to enable better policy for equity and inclusion in education.
More initiatives are needed to protect student leaders and youth activists who are at the forefront of progressive social movements.
On International Literacy Day, we are reminded that there is still much to do to ensure that more children are enrolled in school and learning.
The international literacy day celebrated today, is a key moment to reflect on the progress made in relation to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4 and assess the challenges that still exist to ensuring all children, young people, and adults are able to read and write.
Strengthening learning assessment systems is a priority area for GPE’s Knowledge and Innovation Exchange. In order to improve learning outcomes, a range of interventions is necessary to support developing countries in ensuring strong systems to monitor what their students are learning.
There is not enough reference in Africa’s regional frameworks to protecting and educating children, in particularly girls and women, who suffer the most from displacements and conflicts.
The National Education Week (NEW) that took place in Accra, Ghana, in early August was the occasion for the country to engage stakeholders in reviewing the performance of the education sector, and to collectively devise strategies towards achieving targets. Read what makes the NEW unique among GPE partner countries and the main takeaways from the event.