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 >>
The Campaign for Female Education (Camfed) is dedicated to fighting poverty and AIDS in rural communities in Africa by educating girls.See All Partners >
This month we are joining forces with partners to launch a series of intergenerational dialogues on gender and education in crisis. Through this series, global education leaders are engaging with youth as partners to understand how school closures are impacting young people’s lives as well as the innovative ways in which they are responding to this crisis.
Just launched: the 2020 UNESCO Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education. Do you know an individual or organisation empowering girls and women through education? Learn how to nominate them for this year’s prize.
On International Day of Education, we join partners to unleash a new phase of activism for 12 years of quality education for all girls through the Leave No Girl Behind Campaign. With only ten years to achieve the 2030 Global Goals agenda, the clock is ticking. Are you with us?
This report estimates the global impact of depriving girls of education as well as showing how educational attainment can affect their life chances and choices, and the outcomes of this at an individual, family and community level. Its findings show the transformative power of education for girls in six areas: (1) earnings and standards of living, (2) child marriage and early childbearing, (3) fertility and population growth, (4) health, nutrition and well-being, (5) agency and decision-making, and (6) social capital and institutions. Findings indicate that limited educational opportunities for girls and barriers to completing 12 years of education cost countries between $15 trillion and $30 trillion dollars in lost lifetime productivity and earnings. The report also finds that primary education is not enough. Across many indicators, benefits from primary education only are limited.