08/05/2013 - The Dutch government recently published its new policy on international development, which is now directly linked to foreign trade: ‘What the world deserves; a new agenda for aid, trade and investment’. Although it aims to eradicate extreme poverty and... .. Read More
In 2000 the world committed that no country would be left behind in education due to lack of resources. Now is the time for governments to fulfil that promise.
On Friday 19 April the Global Campaign for Education, its members the Global Campaign for... .. Read More
22/04/2013 - 21-27 April 2013 marks GCE's Global Action Week, which will see millions of people taking part in GCE Members' activities worldwide to support the 'Every Child Needs a Teacher' campaign. 1.7 million more teachers are needed to get achieve universal... .. Read More
18/04/2013 - The Final Sprint to 2015: Delivering Quality Education & Learning for All is a series of high-level meetings taking place 16-19 April in Washington DC. Led by the UN Special Envoy for Education and the UN Secretary-General's Global Education First... .. Read More
Imagine a young girl starting school in the North African country of Mauritania. What are the chances she will continue to secondary school or even university? Will she keep up with, or even surpass, the boys in her class?... .. Read More
As we celebrate International Women's Day and the incredible achievements of women across the generations worldwide, let's not forget the plight of the hundreds of millions of women and girls around the world who are denied their right to... .. Read More
01/02/2013 - As part of the discussion on education within the post-2015 framework, there are several global consultations being led by the United Nations. The online thematic discussions began in December 2012 and can be accessed... .. Read More
According to media reports, at least 28 students and a teacher were killed last Wednesday when a mortar hit the Batiha school in al-Wafidin camp, a community of about 25,000 displaced people, about twenty kilometres northeast of the capital. The... .. Read More
Last month, 14 year old school girl Malala Yousafzai was shot and seriously injured by Taliban militants in Pakistan. She had been specifically targeted for taking a public stand for girls’ education, by writing a blog for the BBC during the... .. Read More
Thursday 11 October is the world’s first ever International Day of the Girl, as designated by the United Nations after a sustained campaign led by GCE member, Plan International.
The denial of girls’ rights can have a devastating impact on the lives... .. Read More