Global Working Group to End SRGBV
UNESCO Global Education Monitoring Report and UNGEI launch the 2018 Gender Review entitled ‘Meeting our commitments to gender equality in education’. Read the report >>
Education unions in eastern and southern Africa are taking action to end gender based violence in and around schools. Join their campaign by following the hashtag #UnionsSpeak! Learn more here >>
UNESCO releases 2017/18 Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report 'Accountability in education: Meeting our commitments' Report highlights here >>
GPE and UNGEI are pleased to launch the 'Guidance for Developing Gender-Responsive Education Sector Plans'. Download and read about the Guidance in our latest blog. More here >>
ASPBAE was established in 1964 by a group of adult educators, inspired by the idea of promoting adult education in the region.See All Partners >
Hosted by the Global Working Group to End SRGBV, and scheduled for Thurs 19 July (8.30-9.45am EDT), this webinar will feature insights from research in Sierra Leone and India, explore approaches to measuring gender attitudes among school-aged boys and girls, and highlight key learnings for addressing SRGBV.
A new World Bank report, Missed Opportunities: the high cost of not educating girls, documents the outcomes and monetises the costs of low educational attainment among girls.
Ten years on from the adoption of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, the summit represents an opportunity to celebrate progress, share learnings, spread awareness of critical areas of need, and mobilise global action.
At the 2018 EU Development Days conference a panel of educationists representing a range of education-focused organisations shared experiences and expertise on approaches to tackling school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV).
As part of the 62nd Session on the Commission of the Status of Women (CSW), UNGEI co-hosted a panel event with the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Education International entitled ‘Agenda 2030 for all: gender, learning and teaching in rural contexts’.
The information contained in this policy note is based on the findings of an evidence review conducted by ODI ‘Addressing Threats to Girls Education in Conflict-affected Contexts’ (2017) as well as other cited publications.