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Advocacy Toolkit: A guide to influencing decisions that improve children’s lives

UNICEF, UNICEF   |   PDF

The Advocacy Toolkit is applicable for all levels of the organization as a resource for building a structured approach for sustained advocacy. The tools are particularly relevant for UNICEF country offices and national committees, but its content will also be valuable to anyone who wants to expand their understanding of …

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What is Adult Education? UNESCO Answers

Juan Ignacio Martínez de Morentin de Goñi , UNESCO   |   PDF

This book offers a vision of the resolutions and decisions of UNESCO´s general conferences and Executive Board meetings on adult education from 1946 to 2005.

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Guidance Note on Inter-Cluster Early Recovery

Global Cluster for Early Recovery, Global Cluster for Early Recovery   |   PDF

This revised Guidance Note on Early Recovery reflects progress in wider humanitarian thinking and policy since 2008 ACROSS the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC), catalysed since 2010 through the Transformative Agenda process with associated revision of the protocols and tools guiding the international response process. This Guidance reflects agreements within the IASC and …

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Supplementing Nutrition in the Early Years: The Role of Early Childhood Stimulation

The World Bank, The World Bank   |   PDF

This note presents the evidence on the role that simple early childhood stimulation inputs can play when they accompany nutrition inputs, and how the joint intervention is crucial to the development of young children - which lays the foundation for their capacity to learn and to lead healthy and productive …

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Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action

Child Protection Working Group, Child Protection Working Group   |   PDF

In 2010 the members of the global Child Protection Working Group agreed on the need for child protection standards in humanitarian settings, to tackle what was seen as a critical gap. The Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action have been developed to support child protection work in humanitarian settings.

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School-based Management

Brian J. Caldwell, UNESCO-IIEP   |   PDF

This booklet is about «school-based management» – a field that has become a very popular movement over the past decade. But what exactly is school-based management? The booklet addresses these questions by bringing forward a set of propositions about school-based management – and then seeking to clarify these on the basis of …

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Gender! A Partnership of Equals

Bureau for Gender Equality, ILO   |   PDF

The overall objective of the ILO follow-up plan of action is to ensure the mainstreaming of gender in all ILO programmes and projects, and to promote equality of opportunity and treatment between women and men in the world of work through available ILO means of action. These include standard-setting and …

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Social Research Methods, 4th ed, Glossary

Alan Bryman, Oxford University Press   |   PDF

Glossary of social research methods from the 4th edition of the Social Research Methods textbook

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Double-shift schooling: design and operation for cost-effectiveness

Mark Bray, UNESCO-IIEP   |   PDF

In a double-shift system, which aims primarily to extend access and minimize unit costs, schools cater to two entirely separate groups of pupils during a school day. The first group of pupils usually attends school from early morning until mid-day, and the second group usually attends from mid-day to late …

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IBE Glossary of Curriculum Terminology

UNESCO IBE, UNESCO IBE   |   PDF

The main purpose of the UNESCO IBE Glossary of curriculum-related terminology is not to establish standard universally applicable definitions. Rather, it is intended to be a working reference tool that can be used in a range of activities and help to stimulate reflection among all those involved in curriculum development …

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