School-related gender-based violence

May 4, 2017
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How girls’ education intersects with violent extremism

By Amanda Braga – Project Coordinator and Research Assistant – Center for Universal Education and, Christina Kwauk Postdoctoral Fellow – Global Economy and Development, Center for Universal Education. This blog was originally published 13/4/2017 on the Brookings education blog.   …View More  > 

March 7, 2017
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Planning for gender equality in the classroom

Submitted by Nora Fyles Head of Secretariat at the United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative, and  Karen Mundy, Chief Technical Officer for the Global Partnership for Education.    GPE and UNGEI introduce a tool that brings a gender lens to education …View More  > 

December 12, 2016
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Inclusive Teaching Materials as a Tool for Equity

Submitted by Koli Banik,  a Senior Education Advisor at USAID’s Bureau for Africa. This blog is part of UNGEI’s week long blog series titled #SeePossibilty which  focuses on inclusive education.  How do we ensure that one of the most marginalized groups in the world, …View More  > 

December 9, 2016
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It’s time to address school-related gender-based violence in emergency settings

 Submitted by Sujata Bordoloi and Silje Skeie on behalf of the Global Working Group to end School-Related Gender-Based Violence.  This blog is a part of the Global Working Group to End SRGBV 16 Days of Activism campaign.     “In the village or …View More  > 

December 8, 2016
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Gender-based violence is unacceptable in schools. GPE & its partners are actively working to prevent & end SRGBV

 A girl sitting at her desk in Madagascar. Credit: GPE/Carine Durand   Submitted by Louise Banham on behalf of the Global Partnership for Education.  This blog is a part of the Global Working Group to End SRGBV 16 Days of Activism campaign. …View More  > 

December 3, 2016
Why we need to talk about SRGBV and girls with disabilities, now!

Submitted by Fernanda Santana – Brazilian autistic woman, activist, member of Abraça (Brazilian Association of the Rights of Autistic People) and RIADIS (Latin American Network of non Governmental Organizations of Persons with Disabilities and their Families).  This blog is a part …View More  > 

December 1, 2016
Tackling bullying, harassment and violence in Hanoi’s schools

Submitted by Plan International.  This blog is a part of the Global Working Group to End SRGBV 16 Days of Activism campaign.     Hundreds of youth leaders from across Hanoi, Vietnam have joined forces to raise awareness about the bullying, …View More  > 

November 28, 2016
Poor girls are at greatest risk from SRGBV. Here’s why, and what we can do about it.

  This blog post was written by United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI) Youth Representative, Alice Saisha, as a part of The Global Working Group to End SRGBV 16 Days of Activism campaign.    When I follow up on girls from poor households …View More  > 

November 23, 2016
16 Days of Activism to End School-Related Gender-Based Violence

Kicking off its 25th year from 25 November – 10 December, the 16 Days of Activism to Against Gender Based Violence Campaign this year focuses on the theme, “From Peace in the Home to Peace in the World: Make Education …View More  > 

October 26, 2016
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What Does WASH in Schools Have to Do with Building Bridges?

  This blog was originally published on the WASHplus Blog, September 22, 2015. Authored by Sarah Fry, WASHplus activity manager for the USAID-funded project, SPLASH.   That’s literally, not figuratively, building bridges. Two weeks ago I would not have been able to even …View More  > 

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