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A student practices her english at the Girls' Government Primary School Syad Alipur. The school is located in the remote Panchkasi village, has no running water, no electricity and and no desks.

Research on children with disabilities influences education policy in Pakistan

This impact story was written and produced by the Impact Initiative for International Development Research – a collaboration between the REAL Centre, University of Cambridge and the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex. You can download and read the full impact story here.  According to new research generated by the Research for Equitable Access […]

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Innovating Education in Africa Expo 2019: Call for Participation

Harnessing the Capacity of ICT to ensure Inclusion, Quality and Impact in Education and Training in Africa, 20-22 August 2019, Gaborone, Botswana Background and Context Education and training remain the bedrock for human empowerment, inclusive prosperity and progressive development. However, this education has to be accessed by all, under all circumstances, including refugees and displaced […]

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Early Career Professionals Network: focusing on disability and education

The Early Career Professionals Network, sponsored by UKFIET, is hosting an event on 19 June 2019, 5-7pm at the Cambridge Education offices, London. In alignment with the biennial September UKFIET conference, which this year focuses on Inclusive Education Systems, this ‘next generation’ event will focus on the theme of disability and its intersection with research, […]

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Stopping the War on Children

This blog was written by Kevin Watkins, Chief Executive of Save the Children UK, as the organisation celebrates its 100 years and launches the Stop the War on Children campaign. It was originally posted on the Project Syndicate website on 14 May 2019. Around 420 million children are currently living in conflict-affected countries – more […]

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Evidence for Education in Emergencies: E-Cubed

E-Cubed aims to strengthen the evidence base as to what works in Education in Emergencies (EiE), by supporting rigorous, contextually-relevant research, and disseminating global public goods. 2019 Call for Proposals NOW LIVE. Proposals will be accepted May 15 – July 15, 2019, 11:59pm EST. Dubai Cares partnered with INEE in 2017 to design and manage this […]

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