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  1. The missing link in the COP strategy: teachers.

    The UNFCCC-COP26 set out to be the moment to deliver on many earlier promises. The talks in Glasgow have birthed some initial commitments at macro-level on key issues such as forestation but the conclusions are overall received with disappointment of civil society and leading governments alike...
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  2. #EducationHeroes: Educaid.be Digital Conference

    On the occassion of the World Teachers' Day 2021 Educaid.be is preparing a digital conference on the crucial role of all #EducationHeroes in the post COVID-19 reconstruction phase. Starting on the 5th of October, this 4-day digital conference will focus on the perspectives, strategies and...
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  3. UNESCO is publishing three positions

    Deadline for submission is 15-SEPT-2021 https://careers.unesco.org/job/Paris-Senior-Partnerships-Advisor/732935202/ https://careers.unesco.org/job/Paris-Senior-Project-Officer-%28Monitoring-and-Finance-Advisor%29/732936302/ https://careers.unesco.org/job/Paris-Senior-Communications-&-Outreach-...
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  4. Their Future is in jeopardy

    Their Future is in jeopardy An entire year of school closures has had severe consequences for children and youth on a global scale. The girls of South Sudan are some of the most vulnerable in this regard – it is therefore crucial that we take action now, if we are to assure that their futures are...
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  5. Inclusive education through capacity development

    Despite the high enrolment rates in South Africa’s primary education system, educational achievements remain low in the country. Students’ success in learning is largely determined by their economic background and the capacity of their teachers to make education inclusive. South Africa witnesses a...
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  6. Gender-responsive schools for equitable education

    School-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) is a serious obstacle to achieving gender equality, which is perpetuated through traditional gender norms. In Cambodia, gender-based violence against women and girls is still a concerning issue, jeopardising inclusive and equitable education for both...
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  7. Free MOOC on Child Participation and the Right to a Sustainable Environment

    The new Global Campus of Human Rights MOOC “Child Participation and the Right to a Sustainable Environment” asks children’s rights experts, environment specialists, human rights scholars and young climate activists to examine concepts, standards and practices of rights-based participation of...
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  8. All children deserve the joy of reading books

    The ability to read is critical to a child's success in school, and later in life. Children who cannot read, cannot learn. Reading books helps children to learn sounds, words and language, and develop early literacy skills. In Lao PDR, significant progress has been made achieving 98.6% primary net...
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  9. Education Cannot Wait (ECW): EU contributes additional €6.5 million

    The European Union announced this week (12/04/21) an additional €6.5 million for Education Cannot Wait (ECW), a global fund for the education of children in emergencies and protracted crises launched in 2016. Today’s announcement raises the total EU contribution to the fund to €27.5 million. To...
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