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New Dangers to Girls’ Education in Northern Nigeria
This blog, part of the Committing to Change: Girls' EiE from Charlevoix to COVID-19, highlights the impacts of insecurity and violence against schoolgirls in Nigeria, and provides recommendations for the Nigerian government to ensure that girls continue to have access to safe schooling and quality education.
Les syndicats de l’éducation défendent et promeuvent les libertés académiques dans le monde !
Au niveau mondial, les libertés académiques sont en piteux état, si l’on en croit les participant·e·s à la récente Conférence internationale sur l’enseignement post-secondaire, supérieur et la recherche (IFHERC).
Cameroun : UNICEF alarmé par la flambée des attaques contre les écoles
UNICEF appelle toutes les parties à protéger tous les enfants, à l'école ou dans leurs communautés, et à respecter les principes de la Déclaration sur la Sécurité dans les Ecoles, qui appelle à mettre fin aux attaques contre les écoles, les établissements d'enseignement et le personnel.
At Least 6 Children Killed in Attack on School in Cameroon
Gunmen killed at least six children and badly wounded about eight others when they opened fire in a school in the city of Kumba in Cameroon’s Southwest region on Saturday, officials told Reuters.
Deadly Explosion Hits Kabul Tutoring Center
A deadly explosion struck a tutoring center in Kabul on Saturday, puncturing a relatively peaceful period in the Afghan capital even as violence has spiraled upward in the countryside.
Widespread Attacks on Education Worldwide More than 11,000 attacks in Past 5 Years
More than 22,000 students, teachers, and academics were injured, killed, or harmed in attacks on education during armed conflict or insecurity over the past five years, according to Education under Attack 2020, a new 300-page report published today by the Global Coalition to Protect Education from At
“Their War Against Education” Armed Group Attacks on Teachers, Students, and Schools in Burkina Faso
When armed men on motorcycles tore up to a school in Béléhédé village in Burkina Faso’s Sahel region in early 2018, panic ensued. “I was in class when the terrorists came. ... They fired a shot, and we all fled to save ourselves,” said Boureima S. (not his real name), a 14-year-old student at the time. “Afterwards, when we went back there, I saw they had burned the principal’s motorcycle...
Education levels among 8 and 9 year olds in the Nuba Mountains: Results of a Rapid Assessment Survey
Civil conflict has tremendous long-term effects on education among marginalized communities. This research is a descriptive analysis of literacy and numeracy rates among children 8 and 9 years old living in the war zone of the Nuba Mountains in Sudan.
Attacks on Girls’ Schools on the Rise as Taliban Make Gains
Local Taliban leaders give deputy education director of the Farah province, Mohammad Sadiq Halimi, an ultimatum. "Fire all male teachers at girls’ schools" he was told. Replace them with women — men should not teach girls, the militants said. The government did as it was told. “We didn’t want to give them an excuse” to shut down the schools by force, Mr. Halimi said.
"All That I Have Lost": Impact of Attacks on Education for Girls and Women in Kasai Central Province, Democratic Republic of Congo
This report documents abuses that women and girls experienced when schools were attacked in the Kasais, focusing specifically on Kasai Central province, where the conflict originated and where the largest number of schools were attacked. This research is part of a multi-country study on the impact of attacks on education on women and girls.