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  • Nominations for 2017 UNESCO Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education now open
    News: Nominations for 2017 UNESCO Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education now open
    The UNESCO Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education honours outstanding innovation and contributions made by individuals, institutions and organizations to advance girls’ and women’s education. It is the first UNESCO Prize of this nature and will be unique in showcasing successful projects that improve and promote the educational prospects of girls and women and in turn, the quality of their lives. Supported by the Government of the People’s Republic of China, the Prize is conferred annually to two laureates and consists of an award of USD 50,000 each to further their work in the area of girls’ and women’s education. 
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  • The Global Education Monitoring Report open consultation for 2019 report on education and migration
    News: The Global Education Monitoring Report open consultation for 2019 report on education and migration
    UNGEI joins the Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report team in calling on researchers, academics, governments, non-governmental organizations, aid donors, teachers, youth and anyone with an interest in education and development to contribute to the 2019 GEM Report on Migration and Education consultation. This consultation will inform the 2019 GEM Report which is set to feature new evidence and key trends in the impacts and effects of migration on education. UNGEI encourages the contributions of partners with a specific view on migration and education from a gender perspective.

     

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  • Girls CHARGE to host upcoming webinar
    News: Girls CHARGE to host upcoming webinar 'Financial Education and Economic Empowerment'
    Girls CHARGE invites partners and friends to join them for an online discussion on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 from 9:00am to 10:00am EDT. The webinar will explore the role of financial education in girls’ empowerment and present recent research conducted on this topic as part of the Credit Suisse Financial Education for Girls program being implemented by Plan International and Aflatoun International. 
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  •  GPE launches its Case for Investment at CGDev event
    News: GPE launches its Case for Investment at CGDev event
    Join the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) for the launch of the Case for Investment - Thursday, April 20, 2017 from 2:30-3:45pm (EDT) at the Center for Global Development in Washington, DC. Speakers at the event 'Financing for Learning: Making Global Education a Reality' will include Julia Gillard, GPE’s Board Chair, Gordon Brown, UN Special Envoy for Education and Anthony Lake, UNICEF’s Executive Director.

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  • Upcoming Lecture on Social and Economic Development, featuring Gordon Brown
    News: Upcoming Lecture on Social and Economic Development, featuring Gordon Brown
    Join the Foreign Policy Association, IDP Foundation, Inc., and the ECOSOC New York Office, for the IDP Foundation-Irene D. Pritzker Distinguished Lecture on Social and Economic Development. Taking place on April 19th from 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM at the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Chamber, the lecture will feature an address by Gordon Brown, United Nations Special Envoy for Global Education and former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Get more information and register here.

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  • Job Announcement
    News: Job Announcement

    Director of Development - Malala Fund. This position is an exciting and unique opportunity to build on a strong foundation and continue to expand an internationally recognized and respected organization during its early stages, making a lasting impact on Malala Fund for years to come. The ideal candidate is a visionary leader, a strategic thinker, has experience growing a development department, and is passionate about girls’ education. Full position description available here

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  • The Man Box: A Study on Being a Young Man in the US, UK, and Mexico
    The Man Box: A Study on Being a Young Man in the US, UK, and Mexico
    Promundo, Axe, and research partners – set out at the end of 2016 to investigate young men’s lives in the United States (US), the United Kingdom (UK), and Mexico. The central analytical tool of the study is what we and many others call the “Man Box”: a set of beliefs, communicated by parents, families, the media, peers, and other members of society, that place pressure on men to be a certain way. This study seeks to give research rigor to the concept of the Man Box, measuring how young men encounter these messages socially and internalize them personally. 
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  •       A Global Desk Review of Financial Education’s Contribution to Girls’ Economic Empowerment
    A Global Desk Review of Financial Education’s Contribution to Girls’ Economic Empowerment
    This review focuses on adolescent girls’ economic empowerment through interventions with the potential to effect a transformational change in girls’ lives by enhancing their decision-making power, agency, and knowledge of available resources. It centers solely on those interventions that contain a component on financial education and adopts a realist methodology to identify the intervention models that appear to be best-suited for contributing to the economic empowerment of adolescent girls. 
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  • Horizons: Pioneering research from the University of Cambridge
    Horizons: Pioneering research from the University of Cambridge
    Issue 32. Special issue on Africa. This issue features articles covering education, health, peacekeeping, art, energy, nutrition, food security, infection, history, sanitation and religion. 
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  • Guidance for Developing Gender-Responsive Education Sector Plans
    Guidance for Developing Gender-Responsive Education Sector Plans
    The GRESP guidelines offer the opportunity to reflect personally and professionally, alone and in teams, on issues relating to gender equality. They include background information and a series of practical exercises on how to conduct gender-sensitive quantitative and qualitative data collection, analysis and interpretation, and on using the findings to enhance the sector planning process.

     

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