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  Greening technical and vocational education and training (TVET) is an emerging concept that has gathered momentum in the international...
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A fast changing world requires quick, but meaningful responses to challenges that can tear at the fabric of our communities. In order to ensure that...
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  In early 2019, teacher manuals were piloted in schools in 10 countries.   People all over the world are losing trust in...
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By Oxfam India   Education is important for holistic development of girls and the society as a whole. 59 million children and 65 million...
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Multilingualism is good for us. Not only does speaking more than one language keep our brains healthy as we age, but it has multiple benefits for...
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New report aims to help countries produce and use the global and thematic indicators   The need for accurate, current and comparable data...
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by Eric Falt, Director and UNESCO Representative to Bhutan, India, Maldives and Sri Lanka   As a bold international framework of...
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Twenty-five years after the Salamanca Declaration, education sector actors met in Cali, Colombia last September to review progress on inclusion and...
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The SDG 4 Data Digest 2019 explores the data methodologies needed to track progress and better direct policies and resources. It is not too late...
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This oped written by UNESCO Beirut Director Dr Hamed al Hamami and published in the Executive Magazine highlights Arab countries' journey towards the...
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