This blog was originally posted on World Education Blog, on July 27, 2021
By Susan Nicolai, Senior Research Fellow, ODI
Extensive calls to ‘build back better’ are being made in response to the continued impacts and restrictions brought about by the…
This blog was originally posted on RISE, on May 12, 2021 by:
Dawit Tibebu Tiruneh, Nidhi Singal, Ricardo Sabates, Tirussew Teferra
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to pose challenges for the provision of education for children around the world.…
This blog was originally posted on Center for Inclusive Policy on July 6, 2021, by Daniel Mont.
Author: Nidhi Singal
Education of children with disabilities General Comment No. 4 on Article 24 issued in 2016 by the Committee on the Rights of Persons…
This blog post was originally posted on United Nations Girls' Education Initiative, on June 11, 2021.
By: Nidhi Singal , Shruti Taneja-Johansson & Niraj Poudyal.
Nepal has been hit very hard by COVID-19 with significantly high infection rates…
This blog was originally posted on GPE - Education for All Blog, on June 09, 2021 by IIEP-UNESCO, UNICEF, GPE Secretariat, and FCDO.
New methodological guidelines are now available to accelerate progress, and enable education systems worldwide to become…
This blog was originally posted on UN DESA Voice, SDG Blog, on June 1st, 2021
By Charlotte McClain-Nhlapo, Global Disability Advisor, World Bank
As the world continues to grapple with what it means to ensure an inclusive recovery, we must remember…
This blog was originally posted on May 5, 2021 on Save the Children
by Martina Orsander, Global Lead for Disability at Save the Children International
People with disabilities make up 15% of the world’s population, 150 million of which are children[i…
Posted on 15 April 2021 by GEM Report
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Just last month the Singapore Government made a welcome announcement. From the second half of 2023, all pre-schools will have an inclusion coordinator. This new role in schools will identify…
This blog was originally posted on Global Partnership for Education on April 22, 2021
Five years ago, Tanzania advanced equity in education by ending all fees to attend school.
Parents who had not been able to afford the fees now could send their…
This blog was originally posted on World Education Blog
on 5 May 2021 by GEM Report
By Rita Crespo Fernandez, Humanity & Inclusion
Humanity & InclusionKhursaid, who lives in Nepal, is in the 4th grade. He can only see when…
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