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On 29 June 2021, the European Union and the Antenna in Sarajevo of the UNESCO Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe officially...
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Young girls in class in the Kaduna region of Nigeria.   When we talk about gender inequality in education, we first think about the...
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Beijing, 1 June 2021 – On 1 June UNICEF China hosted youth, partners and guests to celebrate past achievements and launch the new UNICEF and...
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Over 85 education ministers and leaders of the international education community endorsed a reform to improve global cooperation in education to...
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Flexible learning pathways (FLPs) are an important new policy direction in higher education systems worldwide. As the sector rapidly expands and...
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A new UNESCO, UNICEF, World Bank and OECD Report documents education responses to COVID-19 in 142 countries   Around one in three...
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In the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic, rumors and inaccurate facts about the virus circulated in Iraq. Among these, stories about...
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When Norng Chann Phal finally confronted his accused perpetrator in the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, there remained a shadow of...
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Training Consultant Michael Selom taking teachers through how to navigate the Moodle Platform   UNESCO in partnership with the Ghana...
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The most disadvantaged children are more likely to be denied the opportunity to have a good start to their education, according to two new studies by...
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