Following FACTS to Recover and Revamp Nigeria’s Education System During and Beyond COVID-19

Following FACTS to Recover and Revamp Nigeria’s Education System During and Beyond COVID-19

This blog was written by Thelma Obiakor, London School of Economics and Centre for the Studies of the Economies of Africa (CSEA), and Adedeji Adeniran, RISE Nigeria and CSEA. It was published on the RISE programme website on 28 January ... Read More
Why progressive taxation reform should replace increased debt, loans or VAT during the COVID recovery?

Why progressive taxation reform should replace increased debt, loans or VAT during the COVID recovery?

This blog was written by Dr Maria Ron Balsera, Research and Advocacy Coordinator, ActionAid. COVID-19 has not only infected at least 91.6 million people and killed more than 1.96 million worldwide, it has also resulted in huge disruptions to our ... Read More
The post-pandemic hybrid university in the time of digitisation

The post-pandemic hybrid university in the time of digitisation

This blog was written by Philip Uys, Senior International Education Consultant and Adjunct Associate Professor of Education Systems, Charles Sturt University, Australia, and Mike Douse, independent International Education/TVET Adviser. In earlier blogs, the authors have addressed the issue of the ... Read More
Adolescent women are being left behind in international efforts to end poverty

Adolescent women are being left behind in international efforts to end poverty

This blog was written by Pauline Rose, Director of the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre at the University of Cambridge, with support from Tom Kirk, Communications Manager, and Sandra Baxter, Research Associate, at the Faculty of Education, ... Read More
Supporting Early Childhood in Ghana during the pandemic

Supporting Early Childhood in Ghana during the pandemic

This article was written by Susan Place Everhart, CEO of Sabre Education. It was originally published on the Sabre Education website on 28 January 2021. The COVID-19 Pandemic has created an unprecedented challenge for education entrepreneurs working to tackle some ... Read More
Punjab’s rapid response to COVID-19: Bringing televised lessons to millions

Punjab’s rapid response to COVID-19: Bringing televised lessons to millions

This blog was written by Attiq Sadiq, an education adviser for Cambridge Education, who has been working in Punjab for the past year. He discusses how the Punjab government was able to implement a rapid response to the COVID-19 pandemic ... Read More
Eliminating Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) by 2030: the scale of the task and why International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM is so important

Eliminating Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) by 2030: the scale of the task and why International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM is so important

This blog was written by Dr Geraldine Hutchinson FRSA, non-executive director and trustee of multi-academy trusts and charities, including the Freedom Charity. Geraldine has worked in education for more than 30 years and champions equity of access to education for ... Read More

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