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Students gather on the streets of Santiago to protest for free college education and improvements in primaries and high schools.  GEM Report/Hugo Infante

Whose crisis? Taking responsibility for global education

Recommendations for action from the World Development Report 2018 and 2017/8 Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report Wednesday 24th January 2018 10.30am to 1pm Friends House, Euston Road, London, NW1  2BJ Presenters: Deon Filmer and Halsey Rogers, Co-Directors of the World Bank World Development Report 2018 and William C Smith, Senior Policy Analyst from the UNESCO Global […]

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Aid to Education

Making space for more and better aid to education

This blog was originally posted on the World Education Blog of the Global Education Monitoring Report on the 9 June 2017. Reposted with permission. The latest policy paper from the GEM Report provides a stark reminder that trends in aid to education mean there is still a long journey to travel to deliver access to […]

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The challenge and relevance of the global monitoring of education and migration

UKFIET organised a consultation meeting in London on 22nd May 2017 around the 2019 GEMR on Education and Migration at the request of the GEMR team. This blog reflects some thoughts from Kenneth King, University of Edinburgh and NORRAG Kenneth.King@ed.ac.uk The plan for the Global Education Monitoring Report (GEMR) to review education and migration in […]

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The potential of conflict sensitivity rests on understanding conflict

At the beginning of April, INEE and UNESCO IIEP hosted a High-Level Event on Conflict Sensitive Education at UNESCO Paris. The event was attended by a number of UNESCO country representatives and Ministers of Education from many conflict-affected countries together with practitioners and researchers from the education and conflict/emergencies community (EiE). We all stood to […]

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