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16 August 2016
This article was originally published on August 16, 2016 on the World Education Blog.
By Salam Al-Nukta, youth advisor to the GEM Report
The youth population is continuously increasing, and is estimated to reach 1.8 billion this year. Obviously, it is a large population of mass power. Yet, as we say goodbye to another year’s
21 June 2016Building resilience and shaping futures: the UNRWA response to the education needs of Palestine refugees from Syria
By Caroline Pontefract, Director of Education, UNRWA/UNESCO Education Programme
This article was originally published on June 21, 2016 by the World Education Blog.
Over the past 65 years, the UNRWA/UNESCO education programme has been providing quality and equitable
19 February 2016Rede Lusófona pelo Direito à Educação - ReLus
Esta Rede foi criada no dia 5 de fevereiro de 2016, na cidade do Porto, no contexto de um encontro entre as coligações nacionais dos países de língua oficial portuguesa. Esta criação vem dar corpo a um
17 December 2015En août 2015, Save the Children International, Unicef et le Ministère de l’éducation de la République Démocratique du Congo ont organisé un atelier de contextualisation des Normes Minimales de l’INEE (NM INEE) pour la province du Nord-Kivu à Goma. Ce blog, présenté par Emeline
11 November 2015
by Pauline Rose
This blog post was originally published by the Global Partnership for Education on 6 November 2015.
The WISE Summit is a powerful force – it is the first conference I’ve been to where the first six speakers have been women, each of them world leaders in their
24 September 2015
This blog post was originally shared by Education International on 24 September 2015.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development being adopted by Heads of State and Government this week in New York contains 17 goals set out to transform the world by simultaneously addressing social, environmental and economic challenges.
A moment to celebrate
9 December 2013
By Esker Copeland, Reach Out to Asia (Qatar Foundation)
For nearly a decade, Reach Out to Asia (ROTA) has funded interventions focused on restoring access to safe and appropriate educational spaces in crisis affected environments by constructing and rehabilitating schools. Notwithstanding the continued importance of providing safe educational facilities, fostering holistic approaches to improving educational quality is
11 October 2013
By Tzvetomira Laub, INEE
Emergencies devastate the lives of individuals and communities. Yet, for tens of thousands of adolescent girls, natural and human-made emergencies can also offer opportunities for better quality, relevant and safe education. This can have a long-lasting impact, transforming the lives of adolescent girls, their families and communities. The INEE Minimum Standards for Education
19 July 2013
by Abdikadir Issa Farah, Program Officer at Formal Education Network for Private Schools (FENPS).
Somalia has been without functional government for over twenty years. All infrastructures and units for public services collapsed that made living conditions very critical. Although education unit had never ceased but it has gone without a unified national syllabus to
1 July 2013
by Brittney Davidson and Tzvetomira Laub, INEE Secretariat.
Less than one thousand days remain before the target date for completion of the UN’s eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Certainly, the pursuit of MDG 2, the hope for truly inclusive education for all, has increased primary enrollment rates and targeted some of the world’