THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION: MAKING IT HAPPEN

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  • Mozambique: Reform of the National Education System includes MEPT contributions

    On November 1st, 2018, the Plenary Assembly of the Republic of Mozambique approved by consensus the Ministry of Education and Human Development (MINEDH) proposal for the revision of the Law of the National System of Education (LSNE). The Education for All Movement (MEPT) actively contributed with the MINEDH with the aim to  enrich the new proposal. The

    February 13, 2019
  • Youth and Education: A call on governments to act against Climate Change

    Education is the most sustainable, long-term driver of social, economic and environmental justice and for fostering transformation towards fairer and resilient societies. The international community agrees to underpin Sustainable Development Goal 4 on Education as the crucial stepping stone to the realisation of all GOALs.  The recent climate actions coordinated by youth across Europe set

    February 13, 2019
  • Tanzania coalition unites national stakeholders at 10th Annual Quality Education Conference

    The 10th Annual Quality Education Conference (QEC) took place on the 4th to 5th December 2018 at Nashera Hotel in Dodoma, Tanzania, organised by the Tanzania national coalition – TENMET. The conference brought together over 100 diverse stakeholders in education working at different levels in Tanzania to discuss issues on Accountability in education and importantly

    February 11, 2019
  • The Civil Society Education fund Global Learning Event: Reflecting, sharing and building capacity for the future

    The Global Campaign for Education (GCE) welcomed more than 180 delegates to the Civil Society Education Fund (CSEF) Global Learning Event (GLE) in Kathmandu, Nepal, a few days before the start of the movement 6th World Assembly. “Citizen empowerment is a right and a good in itself and leads to the education goals we seek”.

    February 4, 2019
  • The World Can No Longer Neglect the Right to Education

    For the first time, the 24th of January is declared The International Day of Education as earmarked in the UN calendar.  This day is an opportunity for civil society, education stakeholders and partners to celebrate and deeply reflect on the ensuing global education crisis.  With millions of children out of school and illiterate, the world

    January 24, 2019
  • 8th Pan-African Forum on Education Policies

    Samuel Dembélé urges African states to act together for more funding in education The 8th Pan-African Forum on Education Policies was held in Lomé from 27 to 28 November. During the opening ceremony, the President of ANCEFA, Samuel Dembele thanked the Togolese authorities and all the actors who mobilised to obtain more funding in the

    January 22, 2019

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6th World Assembly - 16 to 18 November

Strengthening our collective action

GCE 6th World Assembly in Kathmandu celebrates the transforming power of education.

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Global Action Week 2018

Global Action Week for Education 2018 focuses on accountability for implementing SDG4 – asking governments to “Keep Your Promises”.

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Fund the Future: Education Now

Fund The Future

Financing education is key to delivering SDG4 and ensuring that the Education2030 agenda is met within its timeframe.

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Everyone has the right to education,
Education shall be free

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