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- “Women in Peace” & International Women’s Day 2018
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Global citizenship education in crisis situation: 5 main recommendations
Happy to announce the release of a study I conducted for UNESCO/Education Sector on the promotion and implementation of global citizenship education in crisis situations, available soon online. Crisis situations affect the realization of human rights of many people and … Continue reading
Posted in Afghanistan, Africa, Child Protection, Education, Fragile States, Global Citizenship Education, Human Rights Education, International Development, Peace Education, Uncategorized Tagged Crisis Situations, Education, Education and Conflict, education in emergencies, GCED, Global Citizenship, Global Citizenship Education, Human Rights Education, peace education, UNESCO 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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Investing in Girls’ Education Delivers Results: let’s innovate!
Today, we are celebrating the second International Day of the Girl Child. Indeed, on December 19, 2011, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 66/170 to declare 11 October as the International Day of the Girl Child, to recognize girls’ rights … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Child Protection, Education, Gender Based Violence, Girls, Girls' Education, Women Tagged #dayofthegirl, #education2015, #girlrising, #post2015, #voicesagainstviolence, Africa, child marriage, Child Protection, Development, e-discussion, e-learning, Education, Education First, Education For All, Female education, Fragile States, Gender Equality, Gender Gap, Ghana, Girls' education, Global Citizenship, Global Partnership for Education, Human Rights, I am Malala, Innovating for Girls’ Education, International Day of the Girl Child 2013, International Development, Malala Yousafzai, Millenium Development Goals, online platform, Run the World, Singles, UN Women, UNESCO, UNICEF, United Nations, United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund, Women and education, Women's Empowerment, Youth, Youth Advocacy Group Leave a comment
Get ready for the International Day of the Girl: Bring Girl Rising to School
You liked the film Girl Rising. You believe in its potential as a movement. Now, Girl Rising is a curriculum. Girl Rising is a groundbreaking film that promotes a powerful truth: educating girls in the developing world can transform families, communities, entire … Continue reading
Posted in Child Protection, Education, Girls, Girls' Education Tagged #girlrising, Child Protection, curriculum, Education, Education First, Education For All, Education transforms lives, Gender Equality, Gender Gap, Girl Rising, Girls' education, Global Citizenship, Human Rights, I am Malala, INTEL, International Day of the Girl, Kayce Freed Jennings, Malala Yousafzai, Nepal, Pearson Foundation, Peru, Teach For America, UNGEI, Women's Empowerment Leave a comment
Pedagogies for Peace in Post-Conflict and Fragile States
The United States Institute for Peace (USIP) recently hosted an important discussion around Pedagogies for Peace in Post-Conflict and Fragile States. If you were not able to attend, the video of this event is available on USIP’s website and here: What kind … Continue reading
Posted in Child Protection, Education, Fragile States, Human Rights, International Development, Peace Education, Peacebuilding Tagged Brookings, Civic Education, Education, Education Above All, Education First, Education For All, Fragile States, Girls' education, Global Citizenship, Human Rights, International Development, Margaret Sinclair, Millenium Development Goals, peace education, Peacebuilding, UNESCO, UNICEF, USIP Leave a comment