Inclusive Education

The main achievements in inclusion and equality are the product of the historical struggles that popular movements, ethnic and cultural minorities, and especially people with disabilities and their families, have led. The photographs in this collection represent those struggles and those conquests. They are a reflection of powerful wills, of dreams come true and dreams on the way, but above all they are testimony to the value and meaning of the fight for the human right to education.

GCE present to the GEMReport Virtual Photo Exhibition and you can access in HERE  

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CSO role in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic

CSO role in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic

Dear members Greetings from GCE We hope you are all well and safe, and that you are taking all precautionary measures outlined by the World Health Organisation and your Ministry of Health to safeguard yourselves and your loved ones. The COVID-19 is a worldwide emergency, and we hope you are giving it the seriousness it deserves. Even if your country is relatively spared for now, the past month has shown that everything can change in a split of a second. The World Health Organisation (WHO) measures on social distancing and rigorous personal hygiene have proven very efficient to stop the ...
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#CoronaVirus: Don’t let our children down!

#CoronaVirus: Don’t let our children down!

Urgent Action Required to curb learning disruption Press Release #ProtectEducation #EducationUnderThreat For more information, contact: Global Campaign for Education (GCE): [email protected] +27 11 447 4111/+27 64 045 8191 March 18 2020, Johannesburg, South Africa - Since its outbreak in late December 2019, COVID-19 has wreaked havoc across the world and like any critical sector, education has been hit hard. Students, schools, colleges and universities have been deeply impacted. According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), over 800 million learners from around the world have been affected, 1 in 5 learners cannot attend school, 1 in 4 ...
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A statement by the Palestinian Education Coalition and the Education Sector Institutions with PNGO

A statement by the Palestinian Education Coalition and the Education Sector Institutions with PNGO

A statement by the Palestinian Education Coalition and the Education Sector Institutions with PNGO The Palestinian Education Coalition and the education sector institutions with PNGO, highly appreciate the actions that were adopted by the Palestinian Government through the Ministry of Education in dealing with the state of emergency announced in the Occupied Palestinian Territory in light of this circumstance, which needs the maximum measures to face the outbreak of the Corona-virus. The Palestinian Education Coalition and the education sector’s organizations, in cooperation with the health sector at PNGO, are looking forward to making some recommendations to formulate the emergency plan ...
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