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New publication: Ending School-Related Gender-Based Violence
New publication: Ending School-Related Gender-Based Violence
Today we launch a new publication featuring evidence-based approaches to preventing and responding to gender-based violence in schools. We urge all educationists to download a copy and join the global community working to end SRGBV. Read More >
16 Days of Activism: Together we can end gender-based violence in schools
16 Days of Activism: Together we can end gender-based violence in schools
Launching today: 16 Days of Activism Against School-Related Gender-Based Violence. This year’s campaign explores a 'whole school approach’ to tackling SRGBV, culminating in the release of a series of briefs and an open letter appeal to the countries of the world. Join us in learning how we can work together to address this global crisis. Read More >
New policy note: putting gender equality at the heart of education
New policy note: putting gender equality at the heart of education

As ministers convene for the twelfth Commonwealth Women’s Affairs Ministers Meeting in Nairobi, a new policy note - Gender-Responsive Education Sector Planning – a pathway to gender equality in education - is being launched today through the Platform for Girls’ Education as part of the Leave No Girl Behind Campaign.

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Gender-Responsive Education Sector Planning Workshop: Nigeria
Gender-Responsive Education Sector Planning Workshop: Nigeria
Bringing together delegations from Jigawa, Kaduna, Katsina, Kano and Sokoto states as well as the Federal Government of Nigeria, this week’s event is not only the first national GRESP workshop, but it is also the first to include a youth delegation.   Read More >
G7 leaders pledge support to new gender equality initiative
G7 leaders pledge support to new gender equality initiative

The Declaration on Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment issued at the G7 Leaders’ Summit in Biarritz, France, builds new momentum in efforts to ensure education for all children as well as powerful support for the Gender at the Center Initiative.

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