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World Education Forum
World Education Forum
The World Education Forum will take place in Incheon, Republic of Korea from 19-22 May, 2015 and aims to build a powerful new education agenda that will transform lives. Read More >
Innovation and action in funding girls
Innovation and action in funding girls' education
Girls’ education functions as a force multiplier in international development, yielding economic and social returns at the individual, family and societal levels. Educated mothers are less likely to die of complications related to pregnancy, and their children experience lower rates of mortality and malnutrition. Read More >
Rally for Safe Schools: Experts gather to discuss gender-related school-based violence
Rally for Safe Schools: Experts gather to discuss gender-related school-based violence
UNGEI hosted a side event for #CSW59, which brought together a panel of top education and development experts to draw attention to a worldwide problem that threatens children’s right to education: school-related gender-based violence. Read More >
No Girl Left Behind - Education in Africa
No Girl Left Behind - Education in Africa
On International Women’s Day, Claudia Costin, Senior Director for Education at the World Bank, Silvia Montoya, Director of the UNESCO Institute for Statistics and Karen Mundy, Chief Technical Officer at the Global Partnership for Education remember the challenges girls face in education. Read More >
Let Girls Learn Initiative
Let Girls Learn Initiative
First Lady Michelle Obama and the Peace Corps launched a new effort on the Let Girls Learn initiative to help break down barriers to girls’ education Read More >

 

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