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Learning is a Lifeline - The G20 Must Protect Education For All Afghan Children
As G20 Member States prepare to meet to agree on a common international strategy in response to the crisis in Afghanistan, they must ensure that the strategy includes a plan to uphold every child’s right to quality education.
Eswatini deploys army to quell pro-democracy school protests
Soldiers and police have been deployed across schools in Eswatini where, for weeks now, students have been protesting to demand political reforms, according to pro-democracy groups. School students in Africa’s last absolute monarchy, formerly known as Swaziland, have been boycotting classes and staging low-key protests for the past month.
Education in Emergencies practices in Bangladesh
Bangladesh has seen implementation of numerous Education in Emergencies interventions throughout the last two and half decades. In this webinar, Bangladeshi EiE practitioners presented some of these successful interventions
Afghan girls school ban would be un-Islamic, Pakistan PM says
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has said preventing women from accessing education in neighbouring Afghanistan would be un-Islamic.
A Call to Action: Supporting the Education of Afghanistan's Children and Young People
This call to action, endorsed by 51 civil society organizations urges the governments of the G20 to commission the relevant UN agencies to develop, fund, and implement a plan to protect and promote education for Afghan children, especially girls and people with disabilities, both in Afghanistan and those who have fled their country seeking protection.
سلسة التعليم الآن - الجلسة الثالثة: تقييم فقد التعليم واكتساب التعليم
مبادرة الشرق الاوسط للتعليم المهني في كلية الدراسات العليا بجامعة هارفرد تدعوكم للانضمام الى الجلسة الثالثة من السلسة "التعليم الآن: سلسلة مهارات وممارسات" حول تقييم فقد التعلم واكتساب التعلم.
Give refugee children an education and watch them shine
The Refugee Olympic team has brought the refugee crisis back into the spotlight and rightly so. According to Amnesty International, there are currently 26 million refugees globally – 7.1 million of who are school-aged children.
Collaboration Across Child Protection and Education in Emergencies
INEE & The Alliance have organised this webinar to discuss their recent Position Paper outlining the rationale behind cross-sector collaboration and suggests a way forward for implementation of joint and integrated programmes. This webinar will highlight the key findings and see how the recommendations can be applied in practice.
Education for Rohingya children in Cox’s Bazar during COVID-19: How organizations are responding
In this webinar, representatives from Friendship and Save the Children Bangladesh shared their programs that are being implemented in Rohingya camps.