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  Abdulrahman Naseb, 24, has overcome a lot in his short life. Originally from Syria, he came to Jordan at the height of the crisis with a...
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The UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has released its annual report on the state of education around the world. The 2019...
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  The North of Tyne region in northern England is apparently one to keep an eye on when it comes to driving forward the fight against climate...
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  Human rights advocates are concerned that the Netherlands' burqa ban might stop Muslim women from entering public spaces, including...
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  More than half of Afghanistan’s people are unable to meet their basic needs, living on less than a dollar a day — the amount of money...
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  UNESCO placed learner well-being at the heart of education at a Safe to Learn Leaders Event on 15 July, during the High-Level...
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  Civil society organizations from across the world convened in Paris earlier this month to agree on a common advocacy approach for G7...
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  Under the banner of “Jointly Accelerating Progress for SDG 4”, UNESCO convened the Meeting of Principals of Global Multilateral Education...
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  Co-organized by the Asia-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding under the auspices of UNESCO (APCEIU), the Ministry of...
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  Blended learning – the deliberate combination of online learning with face-to-face classroom-based learning – is opening new...
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