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23 April 2013
Originally posted by UNICEF.
Earlier this month, UNICEF attended a UNESCO-INEE organized symposium on Conflict-Sensitive Education – Why and How? in Paris with Ministers of Education from around the world. Conflict-Sensitive Education is a key component of UNICEF’s new four-year programme on Peacebuilding, Education and Advocacy, supported by the Government of the Netherlands. The “
16 April 2013
by Alice Albright, Chief Executive Officer at the Global Partnership for Education To view the original post, click here.Events at World Bank, White House set the stage for action to get all kids in school
This is a critical week for international basic education and for getting kids in school and learning.
2 April 2013
By Lori Heninger, INEE Director
Much is happening in preparation for the post-2015 agenda; consultations, meetings, surveys, all to gather inputs from the international community on ways forward. This blog will focus on the recent World We Want’s Thematic Consultation on Education in the post-2015 development agenda, held in Dakar on 18-19 March. I
10 March 2013
by Elin Martinez, Save the Children UK. Read her blog here.
The ongoing process to shape the post-2015 framework includes an interesting angle whereby citizens around the world are asked to rank their top priorities for what development goals will come after 2015. The My2015 first online and offline survey results have shown that ‘a good education&
28 November 2012
By Elin Martinez
It is hurricane, cyclone, flood and storm season around the world. Hurricane Sandy has attracted most of the attention given the impact it has had along the Eastern Coast
12 October 2012Education Cannot Wait: Protecting Children and Youth’s Right to a Quality Education in Humanitarian Emergencies and Conflict Situations
Global leaders from governments, international organizations and civil society met on September 24, 2012 at the United Nations General Assembly demanding attention to children's education in crisis countries. They urged immediate action for the 28 million children – nearly half of