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stem-report-en
UNESCO, with the financial support of the Government of Japan and the Ministry of National Education of Senegal, organized a regional training to strengthen the capacities of education systems to provide gender-sensitive STEM education.
UNESCO
2019
stem-report-fr
L’UNESCO avec le soutien financier du Gouvernement japonais et du ministère de l’éducation nationale du Sénégal, ont organisé une formation régionale pour renforcer les capacités des systèmes éducatifs à dispenser une éducation.
UNESCO
mgiep-policy-brief-youth-led
UNESCO MGIEP’s #YouthWagingPeace (2017), an entirely youth-led guide on Prevention of Violent Extremism through Education (PVE-E), is built on the good work and uncensored voices and reflections of global youth on PVE-E.
UNESCO MGIEP
2019
brussels-decl
The Brussels Declaration was ratified at the Global Education Meeting held on December 3-5, 2018 and contains 8 global priorities for education in the next 4 years.
2018
multisectoral-programme
UNESCO's multisectoral programme to strengthen youth competencies and respond to the challenges in the Sahel
UNESCO
cesa-journal-4-feb-2019
Implementation progress of the Continental Education Strategy for Africa, Vol 4, February 2019
AUC
2019
violence-against-girls-policy-brief
Policy recommendations based on research collected within the What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls (‘What Works’) Consortium in South Sudan
The Global Women's Institute, George Washington University
new-violence-against-girls-east-africa
This report seeks to explore the unique experience of
adolescent girls by examining the types of gender-based
violence affecting this group as well as drivers of this violence,
within the frame of high levels of gender inequality in South
Sudan
The Global Women's Institute, George Washington University
2019