The new report published by UNESCO: ‘Leave no child behind: Global report on boys’ disengagement from education’ makes the case that we need to focus more attention on Abdul because he is at risk of not continuing to secondary school and the world has not paid enough attention to this…
by Krista Cecille Samson | May 16, 2022 | featured, Finance
African researchers are often unable to provide data and evidence to inform global education debates and decision-making due to the immense financial challenges they face. Evidence shows that expertise from the African continent tends to be neglected and undervalued in favour of research and researchers elsewhere.
by Kate Sykes, Obert Chigodora and Isabel Pearson | May 10, 2022 | COVID-19, featured, Learning
NGOs have long understood that meaningful community engagement makes education projects more relevant, successful, and sustainable. But the COVID-19 pandemic, which brought sudden school closures and disrupted INGOs’ and national NGOs’ work, catapulted communities into leading roles.
by UKFIET | Apr 19, 2022 | featured, GEM Report, Learning
On 7th April 2022, UNESCO organised a webinar in partnership with Promundo and The Commonwealth Secretariat to launch the new report: ‘Leave no child behind: Global report on boys’ disengagement from education’. This...
by UKFIET | Apr 14, 2022 | Education and Disabilities
As Inclusive Futures moves from testing innovations to delivering development programmes at scale, our inclusive education programme in Nepal is helping children with disabilities return to school.
by Camilla Pankhurst | Apr 5, 2022 | Climate Change, Girls' Education
What do we really know about the links between girls’ education and climate change in lower income countries?
by Kevin Courtney | Apr 4, 2022 | GEM Report, Policymaking
England’s school system has undergone a radical transformation since 2010 with thousands of schools transferred into the control of private organisations called academy trusts. These are hybrid organisations – not-for-profit private trusts subject to company law which receive state funding but operate via a contract with central government, rather than…
by Abdirizak Haybe Ali | Mar 30, 2022 | Climate Change
Looming drought is decimating the fragile lives and livelihoods of pastoral and agro-pastoral communities across the Somali region of Ethiopia, causing crop failure, livestock death, food insecurity, loss of family livelihoods and human tragedy leading to loss of life. It is also having devastating effects on education.