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For this study, UNICEF Education Program Officers (EPOs) from nearly 60 countries answered questions about Life Skills, peace education, gender, reading and writing skills, and learning outcomes in national curricula. The
The ISCED 2011 classification was adopted by the UNESCO General Conference at its 36th session in November 2011. Initially developed by UNESCO in the 1970s, and first revised in 1997, the ISCED classification
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
The mission of a public education system should be to offer the best possible education to all children and young people it serves. It is more than academic schooling and
Integrating health learning in subjects across the curriculum should not be a substitute for a comprehensive, sequential course of health education, but doing so can significantly support the learning that
These Guidelines have been developed to support educators in countering intolerance and discrimination against Muslims. They are intended for a wide audience, including education policymakers and officials, teacher trainers, teachers,
In 2008, Kosovo entered a new phase of implementing a ten year education strategy (“Strategy for Development of Pre-University Education in Kosovo 2007-2017”). In compliance with the aforementioned Kosovo Education Strategy,
Following the 1995 war and the subsequent Dayton Agreement, Bosnia and Herzegovina was established as an independent Federation of different constituencies (i.e. Bosnians; Serbs, Croats) with local cantons exerting important
Between 2007 and 2009 Relief International provided informal education for Iraqi ‘refugees/asylum seekers’ in informal education community centers. The teachers were volunteers who received a stipend and were mainly Iraqi refugees
Whilst information is available on the social, health, economic, living conditions and political status of Zimbabwean refugees at Holy Cross refugee centre, there has been no education research carried out