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Education Under Attack: 2014 Report
The Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack just released a study that identifies 70 countries where attacks occurred between 2009 and 2012, including 30 where there was a pattern of deliberate attacks: Education Under Attack 2014 is a global study that charts the … Continue reading
Posted in Child Protection, Conflict Management, Education, Fragile States, Gender Based Violence, Girls' Education, Human Rights, International Development, Peace, Peacebuilding Tagged Afghanistan, Africa, Bahrain, ban ki moon, Because I am a girl, Côte d’Ivoire, Central African Republic, Child Protection, Colombia, Conflict, Council for Assisting Refugee Academics, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Development, Education, Education First, Education For All, Education Under Attack, Egypt, Ethiopia, Fragile States, GCPEA, Girls' education, Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack, Human Rights, Human Rights Watch, I am Malala, India, Indonesia, Institute of International Education, International Development, Iran, Iraq, Israel/Palestine, Kenya, Libya, Lucens Guidelines, Malala Yousafzai, Mali, Mexico, Millenium Development Goals, Myanmar, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russia, Save the Children, Scholars at Risk Network, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Thailand, The Philippines, Tides Center, Turkey, UNESCO, UNHCR, United Nations, Violence, Yemen, Zimbabwe Leave a comment
Nonviolent Civil Resistance works: let’s spread the word!
In 2011, Erica Chenoweth and Maria Stephan published a groundbreaking study on civil resistance, Why Civil Resistance Works, the strategic logic of nonviolent conflict. While the prevailing view is that the most effective means of waging political struggle entails violence, they found … Continue reading
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