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  UNESCO and the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) held a two-day workshop for policymakers to identify...
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  School leadership matters. In the first instance, school leadership is usually seen to belong only to school principals, particularly in...
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Many countries have seen progress in gender equality and girls’ education, but challenges remain. View 6 graphs to understand the state of gender...
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  On 28 May 2019, UNESCO and the UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief Ahmed Shaheed hosted a one-day expert consultation...
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By Silvia Montoya, Director of the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS).       Among the many factors fuelling the global...
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  Global community members reiterated their commitment to accelerating action to achieve the SDGs, during the 2019 SDG Global Festival of...
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  In preparation for the SDG Summit in September 2019, the UN has set up an ‘SDG Acceleration Action’ platform, where countries and other...
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  An independent UN expert said on Monday that the failure of governments across the world to ensure clear air, ...
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  Good intentions are not enough. In tackling the multitude of challenges faced in developing countries, only with a forensic, disciplined...
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Until recently, Namacurra district, in the Zambezia province of Mozambique, some 1,500 km from the capital Maputo, did not have any basic services –...
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