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2018 UNGEI Global Advisory Committee Meeting: the power of partnership
2018 UNGEI Global Advisory Committee Meeting: the power of partnership
This week UNGEI welcomes partner organisations to Ottawa, Canada for our annual Global Advisory Committee meeting. Co-hosted by Global Affairs Canada, the meeting is an opportunity to take stock of challenges and achievements in relation to our shared commitment to gender equality in and through education.  Read More >
Victims of school violence have one message to world leaders: ‘Listen to us!’
Victims of school violence have one message to world leaders: ‘Listen to us!’
As part of UNICEF's #ENDviolence campaign, more than 100 young people from around the world gathered in Johannesburg this weekend to draft a global manifesto calling on world leaders to end violence in and around schools. The manifesto contains recommendations on what young people need to feel safe in school. Read More >
Be an ally, stand up to gender-based violence in schools
Be an ally, stand up to gender-based violence in schools
In partnership with the Global Working Group to End SRGBV, UNGEI is today launching the 2018 #16Days of Activism Against (School-Related) Gender-Based Violence Campaign. Our theme: engaging men and boys to challenge gender norms and take action against SRGBV. Read More >
Gender-Responsive Education Sector Planning Workshop: Eastern and Southern Africa
Gender-Responsive Education Sector Planning Workshop: Eastern and Southern Africa
UNGEI and the Global Partnership for Education, in collaboration with UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office, and the African Union, are this week co-convening a workshop for seven country delegations from across the region aimed to advance a shared commitment to gender equality in and through education. Read More >
Virtual Conference on Menstrual Hygiene Management in Schools: 30 Oct 2018
Virtual Conference on Menstrual Hygiene Management in Schools: 30 Oct 2018

This year’s MHM in Schools Virtual Conference will take place on 30 Oct, and will highlight the latest research and programming on menstrual health and hygiene from around the world. Register for the conference here.

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