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The TALENT network gathers 37 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, allowing them to share their knowledge and experience, and to find pathways to improve the quality of education children receive.
Arab education coalitions met on the margins of GCE's World Assembly to discuss how to transform their approach to advocacy, in a context of shrinking space for civil society, dwindling domestic budgets for education and widespread conflicts in the region. Their ideas will ensure that citizens are informed.
On November 24-25, the African Union Commission, African First Ladies, CSOs, traditional leaders and multilateral partners convened in Accra, Ghana, for the 2nd African Girls Summit to End Child Marriage and Other Harmful Cultural Practices Against Girls under the theme “Enough with The Silence”.
A new report by Theirworld found that by 2030, 622 million school-age children will live in countries where their education is under threat from conflict, natural disasters, pandemics or high levels of violence. The report offers of Framework for Action for all key stakeholders to ensure schools are safe.
Data are essential to provide a better understanding of the educational contexts in order to make the system more innovative and effective in identifying trends and possibilities.
As a survivor of school-related gender-based violence and having narrowly avoided early marriage, Alice Saisha understands the barriers that girls experience on a daily basis. That's why she's passionate in addressing these issues head on through activism.
On Human Rights Day, we reflect on the importance of incorporating human rights education into education systems.
On the margins of the GPE Board of Directors Meeting in Dublin, Ireland, GPE CEO Alice Albright visited a school and met with students.
The UNESCO Institutes for Statistics has launched the SDG 4 Data Digest 2018, which explores the internationally-comparable data needed to ensure the lifelong learning envisaged by SDG 4.