The EAP UNGEI is proud to release this report, which highlights striking gaps in knowledge around the gender dimensions of education for children with disabilities in the East Asia Pacific region.Read More >
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Children in Asia-Pacific are being robbed of their ability to learn in a safe environment as a result of school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) and current policy approaches do not adequately address the problem, according to a study released today.
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This year’s World Day Against Child Labour calls for accelerated action to end child labour in domestic work. It is a reminder that an estimated 15.5 million children are employed as domestic workers – over 70% of which are girls –and that it is one of the least visible and most hazardous forms of child labour.Read More >
The theme for Global Action Week 2013 is “Every Child Needs a Teacher”. Gender-responsiveness of teacher policies has a positive impact on learners' access to and completion of education. To mark GAW and celebrate the winners of the UNGEI Drawing Contest EAP UNGEI has created this picture set.
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