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’...
Mar 29, 2022
Prior to COVID-19, 6 out of 10 children globally and 9 out of 10 children in Sub-Saharan Africa, were not learning. With the significant learning losses during the pandemic, even more children are at risk of learning poverty and lifelong poverty. COVID-19 school closures highlighted further the issues around learning…
Additive not subtractive transitions: perspectives, policies and practices for multilingual education
Mar 17, 2022
A recent World Bank report estimates that 370 million learners in low- and middle-income countries complete all or part of their basic education using an international/European/former colonial language as the official language of learning and teaching.
Mar 15, 2022
The Girls’ Access to Education – Girls’ Education Challenge (GATE-GEC) project was a four-year UK Aid-funded project. It was led by Plan International UK and implemented by Plan International Sierra Leone, alongside consortium partners Action Aid, Humanity and Inclusion and the Open University (OU).
Breaking the textbook gender bias: Inspiring girls and young women through providing role models they can identify with
Mar 11, 2022
For many girls and young women in the world, and particularly those in the most fragile states, access to education is underpinned by pervasive gender inequality and discussion of their aspirations, their futures, and potential pathways into imagined futures remains limited.
Mar 7, 2022
There are few mines that can claim to be as destructive as the Freeport-operated Grasberg/Nemangkawi mine in Indonesian-occupied West Papua. Freeport-McMoran and its Indonesian subsidiary PT Freeport Indonesia have brought immeasurable suffering to the local Amungme and Kamoro communities since a Contract of Work was signed with the Indonesian government…