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This document brings together the current thinking and practice on human rights-based approaches in the education sector. It presents key issues and challenges in rights-based approaches and provides a framework
The Somalia Education Cluster Operational Framework 2018-2020 is the key guiding document for the Education Cluster work in the upcoming years. It outlines the strategic directions, key approaches and activities
A completed primary education is a basic human right and is necessary for enjoying many other rights. It is transformative and empowering, and a means for accessing broad economic, social,
The book is divided into three parts. Part One provides a brief overview of education for global citizenship, including in chapter 1 the subject matter and sub-themes, in chapter 2 the challenges
The purpose of the Planning Guide is to provide a working tool for educational planners and members of national EFA task forces, forums, and other national groups in charge of
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 NATF developed this Operational Guidance for Coordinated Assessments in Humanitarian Crises to help realize the goal of better quality and more timely assessments through coordinated processes. It was not
The 2012 EFA Global Monitoring Report is divided into two parts. Part I provides a snapshot of progress towards the six EFA goals, and towards spending on education to finance the
These briefs summarise the mainstreaming of various thematic areas in the INEE Minimum Standards Handbook. Themes include: Gender, Inclusive Education, Inter-sectoral Linkages, Psychosocial and Well-being, Youth, HIV and AIDS, Human
On 12 and 13 of June, Save the Children (US) hosted a policy roundtable on Emergency Spaces for Children (ESC). This two-day roundtable enabled practitioners to pool their knowledge and resources