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Putting gender equality at the heart of education

Educate for Equality is an editorially independent blog dedicated to thought leadership and the sharing of ideas, experiences and insights on gender in education. We aim to raise questions, encourage discussion and inspire action to drive progress for gender equality in and through education. If you would like to contribute to this blog please share your ideas.

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There is a study taught in introductory psychology courses in colleges across the U.S., in which various cohorts of volunteers are brought into a room with a six-month-old baby playing on the floor. The volunteer—a student, barista, janitor, professor, cafeteria worker, shopkeeper—interacts with the baby. Some are told the baby is a boy, some are told the baby is a girl, and some are not told anyt...

Antara Ganguli & Alinafe Malonje

Leave No Girl Behind
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From dialogue to action

Gloria Diamond Policy Advocacy and Gender Adviser, UNGEI & Natasha Harris-Harb Youth Engagement Adviser, UNGEI

End SRGBV
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Educate to Empower
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