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A Global Study of Attacks on Schools, Universities, their Students and Staff, 2013-2017 This report is the fourth edition of Education under Attack. It builds on the 2014 study published by
The following is a set of recommendations for states to consider when seeking to implement each commitment within the Declaration in a way that will better protect women and girls.
The 106-page report, “‘I Will Never Go Back to School’: Impact of Attacks on Education for Nigerian Women and Girls,” is based on interviews with 119 victims and eyewitnesses of attacks
In the wake of the assassination of Safia Ama Jan in Kandahar, Afghanistan, Koïchiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO, announced that UNESCO would conduct a study into violence directed against
Higher Education in Iraq under Attack: An explorative study on the political violence against academics and the higher education system in the conflict in Iraq, attempts to make a contribution
Building on the momentum of the March 2008 UN General Assembly thematic debate on Education in Emergencies and on deepening engagement with the issue of attacks on education, UNESCO convened an
INEE Global Consultation 2009
This report discusses school violence in West and Central Africa and finds that over half of primary school children were victims of corporal punishment in schools. The report also highlights
Scholar Rescue in the Modern World is the first effort to share with a larger community the breadth and nature of the persecution of scholars around the globe. It is
Cette publication a été conçue et développée conjointement par l’UNICEF, Plan Afrique de l’Ouest, Save the Children Suède Afrique de l’Ouest et ActionAid