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About GCE's Global Action Week

Global Action Week is one of the major focal points for the education movement. It provides every national and regional education campaign with an opportunity to highlight one area of the Education For All agenda and make targeted efforts to achieve change on the ground, with the added support of education campaigners and millions of members of the public worldwide joining together for the same cause.  

 

 Global Action Week 2015

 
This year's Global Action Week takes place from 26 April to 2 May. The campaign will focus on the Right to Education 2000-2030. More information will be available here shortly.
 

Global Action Week 2014

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Education and Disability

An estimated 1 billion people live with a disability – comprising approximately 15% of the global population. It is estimated that 93 million of these are children – or 1 in 20 of those aged up to 14 years of age – living with a moderate or severe disability. In most low- and middle-income countries, children with disabilities are more likely to be out of school than any other group of children; even if they do attend school, children living with disabilities are often more likely to drop out and leave school early. In some countries, having a disability can more than double the chance of a child not being in school, compared to their non-disabled peers. 

The rights of millions of children with disabilities are not being met, and it is vital that states take action to ensure that every child realises their equal right to participate in quality education, giving them an equal opportunity to participate in the their communities, the workforce and more broadly in society.

GCE's Global Action Week on Education and Disability will run 4-10 May 2014.

 

Global Action Week 2013

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Every Child Needs a Teacher
 
61 million children are not in primary school The biggest thing we can do to give them their right to education is make sure they have access to a trained teacher. To do this, we need 1.7 million more teachers – 1 million more in Africa alone. 
 
Every Child Needs a Teacher is a campaign led by the Global Campaign for Education to demand that states act now to ensure every child has well-trained and well-supported teacher. Read more or Go to Every Child Needs a Teacher site
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Previous Global Action Weeks

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Click here to browse through all the Global Action Weeks since 2003