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In this booklet, John Ozenham focuses on literacy and numeracy skills that enable people to capitalize better on knowledge of other subjects, to participate more in the social and political
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
New Lessons goes beyond the global action agenda in Girls Count, our previous report on girls’ education, released in 2008. It seeks to increase understanding about the education of adolescent girls.
An oft-quoted statistic is the World Health Organisation’s estimate that persons with disabilities account for 7-10% of the world’s population. This would imply that there are three to
The Global Education Cluster commissioned a comprehensive lessons learned exercise in Pakistan, covering the period from the start of the floods in July until March. This report outlines the main
Author Vijaya Singh, former UNICEF staff member, discusses the challenges she faced in her work as a development professional while working in Sudan overseeing UNICEF
NRC has recently had an evaluation done of the Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) in Liberia, which has been running from 2005. NRC will phase out of the ALP program in June 2010.
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Le présent recueil rassemble 101 exemples de bonnes pratiques en matière d’éducation aux droits de l’homme dans l’enseignement primaire et secondaire ainsi que dans les établissements
The Education in Emergencies and Post-Crisis Transition (EEPCT) programme implemented by UNICEF through a US$201 million contribution from the Government of The Netherlands, initiated at the end of 2007, is designed