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Is There A Magic Bullet For Achieving Quality Education For All? Launch Of New Education Review At WWGS 2016
Is There A Magic Bullet For Achieving Quality Education For All? Launch Of New Education Review At WWGS 2016
On the 27th September 2016, 3ie (International Initiative for Impact Evaluation) will host a public lecture at the What Works Global Summit. This session will mark the international launch of the policymaker-friendly summary report of the comprehensive systematic review of education interventions examined by 3ie. Included will be a presentation of findings, panel discussion, and speakers from the field of education. Read More >
UNICEF makes urgent call for education and protection as refugee situation in Greece rapidly deteriorates
UNICEF makes urgent call for education and protection as refugee situation in Greece rapidly deteriorates

Children make up nearly 40 per cent of the current stranded refugee population in Greece. Recent reports reveal sexual abuse, violence, and neglect - an indication of unsuitable living conditions and weakened child protection mechanisms. Despite the continued efforts of the Government and partners, the need for temporary accommodation, child protection services and schooling remain acute.

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Publisher Taylor and Francis support global goals by opening journal access
Publisher Taylor and Francis support global goals by opening journal access
Taylor and Francis Group have put together a dedicated research collection, to spread awareness and support the UN's global goals. Enjoy free access to included articles throughout 2016.

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Education Commission Report Launch
Education Commission Report Launch
Registration has opened for  the launch of The International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity report and agenda for action. The launch is to take place on Sunday September 18, 2016.  Read More >
Video: A Syrian teenager in Istanbul takes refuge in her studies
Video: A Syrian teenager in Istanbul takes refuge in her studies
From the Fuller Project for International Reporting. Raghad Madakhane and her family fled Damascus after police stormed their home and arrested their father in 2012. Now in Turkey, her parents work day and night to pay for her tuition. Raghad attends a private school for Syrian refugees. She hopes one day to be a doctor and return to Syria to rebuild her country.  Read More >

 

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