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  • #WhatIReallyReallyWant Global Goals Campaign Goes Viral
    News: #WhatIReallyReallyWant Global Goals Campaign Goes Viral
    Project Everyone, with partners from across the world, have convened the first Global Goals campaign to fight for Goals which are famous, financed and focused on girls and women. On the 20th anniversary of the release of the Spice Girls’ Wannabe video, the campaign marked twenty years of Girl Power with an updated version “#WhatIReallyReallyWant”. 


    The film reflects the voices of girls and women all over the world telling world leaders what Goals they ‘really really want’ to be achieved to help improve their lives.

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  • UNESCO launches brand new podcast dedicated to education news
    News: UNESCO launches brand new podcast dedicated to education news
    UNESCO has launched the first edition of its new monthly Education Podcast. Produced by the Education Sector, it contains news, updates and highlights on the organization’s key education activities and projects. The podcast also features interviews with education specialists. 
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  • Nobel Winner Malala Visits World
    News: Nobel Winner Malala Visits World's Largest Refugee Camp

    Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai visited the world's largest refugee camp on her 19th birthday Tuesday and voiced concern that Kenya's plans to close it could create "a generation lost." 

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  • Globally, periods are causing girls to be absent from school
    News: Globally, periods are causing girls to be absent from school
    One in ten girls in Sub-Saharan Africa misses school during their menstrual cycle, with young girls missing up to twenty percent of school days in a year.  
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  • Giving Girls a Second Chance at Education
    News: Giving Girls a Second Chance at Education

     A fast-track learning program in India, which compresses several years of primary school curriculum into nine months, is now being scaled up to help 3 million girls attend school. 

     

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  • Gender Equality in Education: A How-to Guide for Teachers
    News: Gender Equality in Education: A How-to Guide for Teachers

    The U.S. Department of State in collaboration with IREX has released a guide on creating supportive learning environments for girls and boys. The guide offers a flexible approach for evaluating, building, and implementing gender-inclusive teaching in instructional materials, classrooms, schools, and communities. Each section provides an opportunity for teachers to observe current teaching practices, reflect on the gender inclusiveness of those practices, and take action toward a more gender-inclusive classroom.

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  • Statement of Action to Accelerate Marginalised Girls’ Education Outcomes and Gender Equality
    Statement of Action to Accelerate Marginalised Girls’ Education Outcomes and Gender Equality

     Perhaps the most important documents to come out of the recent Girls Education Forum was the ‘Statement of Action to Accelerate Marginalised Girls’ Education outcome and Gender Equality’ and the ‘Commitments in Support of the GEF Statement of Action’. 

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  • Effective Strategies in Girls
    Effective Strategies in Girls' Education

    This policy briefing from the Varkey Foundation outlines our demonstrable commitment to Girls’ Education, sets out key lessons learnt  from the field, and offers DFID and other donor agencies relevant guidance in supporting effective Girls’ Education programming.

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  • UK government pledges £100m to help world’s poorest girls make the grade
    UK government pledges £100m to help world’s poorest girls make the grade

    At the Girls' Education Forum in London, the British Government pledged 100 million pounds to support programs that will help meet global commitments toward ensuring all children receive quality primary and secondary education by 2030. 

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  • Gender Consultation Report: Key Findings for the International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity
    Gender Consultation Report: Key Findings for the International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity
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