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December 16, 2016
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#SeePossibility: Five factors for building inclusive education for girls

 This blog is part of UNGEI’s week long blog series titled #SeePossibilty which  focuses on inclusive education.    Looking back over this week’s #SeePossibility campaign, five issues jump out as key to making inclusive education a reality, especially for girls with …View More  > 

December 15, 2016
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Breaking down barriers to inclusive education in Lesotho

Nkhasi Sefuthi is the Executive Director of the Lesotho National Federation of Organisations of the Disabled. This blog is part of UNGEI’s week long blog series titled #SeePossibilty which  focuses on inclusive education.  Girls with disabilities experience serious inequalities in terms of access to inclusive …View More  > 

December 12, 2016
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The right to education for girls with disability: an experience from Uganda

Submitted by Josephine Namirimu, Mentor for the Girls Education Challenge, a program of Cheshire Services Uganda. This blog is part of UNGEI’s week long blog series titled #SeePossibilty which  focuses on inclusive education.  We all believe that children have the right to safe, …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 12, 2016
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UNGEI presents #SeePossibility – Pathways toward inclusive education

 In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), UNGEI presents #SeePossibility  (running 12- 16 December) – a series of  blogs focused on inclusive education and girls with disabilities. This …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  > 

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 11, 2016
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The Life of XX

Submitted by Taha Fathima Khan – Global Youth Ambassador for A World at School. Read Taha’s  full bio at the bottom of this article.    X and Y – two letters that can make a world of difference. Genetics show that we …View More  > 

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