Yearly Archives: 2011

September 1, 2011
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The Arab Spring and Girl’s Education

By Malak Zaalouk, Professor of Practice, The American University of Cairo Revolution and gender It is no secret that the history of revolutions and liberation movements in the Arab region has manifested double standards with regard to the situation of women. …View More  > 

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250 million of the world's kids - many in school - cannot read and write. We need access, equity and quality #EducationFirst 7:31 PM Oct 1st
Great new youth advocacy video!! Check it out here http://t.co/HaP65GOCOm #educationfirst #investingirls 3:02 PM Oct 1st
We've created a dedicated page for this year's #dayofthegirl. Check it out here! http://t.co/6oO3rQwmQr #EndViolence 1:02 PM Oct 1st
31m primary-school-aged girls out of school in 2011, 55% are expected never to enroll http://t.co/R1EpgX48ZF #EducationFirst 7:30 AM Oct 1st
A child born to a mother who can read is 50% more likely to survive past the age of 5. #EducationFirst 6:00 AM Oct 1st