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  1. GEM Report celebrates its 20th anniversary

    It began in 2002 as the Education for All Global Monitoring (GEM) Report with the aim of holding the global community to account for the commitments they made to education progress. For over two decades, the report has informed national, regional and global debates. Drawing from the latest...
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  2. 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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    VVOB - education for development posted Information 20 July 2021
  3. Happy International Literacy Day!

    The International Literacy Day reminds us the importance of literacy which is an essential prerequisite skill at any age, for future learning, personal growth, and active citizenship. Despite progress made in the last 50 years, literacy challenges persist. A great number of children, youth and...
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  4. 2020 GEM Report published: Exclusion in education remains persistent

    The 2020 GEM Report on inclusion and education was launched on 23 June at an online event that brought together inclusion champions, ministers, teachers and celebrities from across the world to discuss around the theme of the report – inclusion . Click to watch the recording of the launch event ...
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  5. International Day of Persons with Disabilities

    EU funded Teacher Empowerment for Disability Inclusion (TEDI) project in South Africa empowers teachers through training that is focused on inclusivity, diversity and addressing learners’ disability-specific needs. The project has developed online courses that are available on Coursera, reaching...
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  6. Public-private partnerships in education

    Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are increasingly perceived as an innovative approach to achieving universal access to education, but they are not without controversy. Education experts from the public sector and academia weighed in on the role of PPPs in education during a discussion panel at a...
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  7. Gender-based violence and education

    The estimates are shocking: according to UNESCO , around 246 million girls and boys are subjected to some form of gender based violence (GBV) in and around schools every year – including sexual abuse and corporal punishment. While more research is needed to understand how these problems can be...
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