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HLPF 2019 Spotlight reports: Looking at 2030

HLPF 2019 Spotlight reports: Looking at 2030

All around the world members of our network worked on Spotlight reports for the High Level Political Forum (HLPF) to assess the status of the Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG4) on education in their countries or regions. Beyond the questioning around civil society's relevance during HLPF, preparing spotlight reports is a useful exercise for civil society to better  challenge their governments' actions towards achieving SDG4 and provide evidence-based policy recommendations. Though the common agreement is that there is still a long way to go to achieve free, quality, inclusive public education for all, countries and CSOs face specific challenges that ...
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GCE Global Report 2018

GCE Global Report 2018

The Global Campaign for Education (GCE) presented its Global report 2015-2018 during the 2018 World Assembly in Kathmandu. The report highlights the achievements and challenges of the movement in delivering the 2015-2018 strategic plan, focusing on case studies and concrete examples ...
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HLPF 2019 - Briefing

HLPF 2019 – Briefing

As the HLPF is drawing near, this short briefing is a reminder on the processes of follow up and review for the SDGs that happen at the High-Level Political Forum every year in New-York, in order to be prepared for the New-York event ...
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GAWE 2019 - The Right to Education

GAWE 2019 – The Right to Education

What is the right to education? We developed a  policy background for Global Action Week on the right to education and what it means. Please download here ...
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GAWE 2019 - Communications Toolkit

GAWE 2019 – Communications Toolkit

We prepared a communications toolkit to help guide you through the GAWE materials and enhance our collective communications - you can download it here ...
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GAWE 2019 - Campaign & Social Media pack

GAWE 2019 – Campaign & Social Media pack

The full campaign pack of the 2019 Global Action Week for Education is now available here. All proposed social media messages can be downloaded here, with suggested images for web and in psd format ...
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GAWE 2019 - Posters

GAWE 2019 – Posters

Please download here the posters template for Global Action Week for Education 2019 in English in jpg or in source files for edits. If fonts are missing on your end please enquire here ...
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My Education, My right(s) logo

My Education, My right(s) logo

Global Action Week for Education 2019 is almosthere, with the slogan My Education, My Right(s)! The logo of the slogan is available here in all 5 languages, you can download in jpeg, psd or eps. More format available upon request here ...
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GCE 2018 Policy Resolutions

GCE 2018 Policy Resolutions

At the 6th World Assembly, the movement adopted new resolutions to adapt and renew our policy framework. Download the full 2018 resolutions here ...
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CSEF Global Learning Event 2018 - Report

CSEF Global Learning Event 2018 – Report

The Civil Society Education Fund Global Learning event took place just before the GCE 6th World Assembly in Kathmandu, Nepal. Download the full report of the event ...
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GCE 2018 Constitution

GCE 2018 Constitution

The Constitution of the Global Campaign for Education was amended during the 6th World Assembly in Kathmandu, to officially create a seat for a youth-led organisation. Download the full document here ...
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2018 Day of the Girl Child - For Justice and equality

2018 Day of the Girl Child – For Justice and equality

October 11th marks the annual celebration of International Day of the Girl Child.  This year’s UN theme is “With Her: A Skilled Girl Force” and aims to empower girl world wide to “inspire, innovate and take charge of their own future.” Girls across the world face disempowering challenges.  From entrenched societal and patriarchal systems, that define who they are as women and questioning decisions women make for themselves, to gender based violence, which remains rife in many societies. Today, despite the presence of more girls in classrooms, millions of around the world confront discrimination, violence, neglect, exploitation and abuse repeatedly. Global ...
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Using Evidence to Drive Change

Using Evidence to Drive Change

Case examples from the Civil Society Education Fund programme It is said that every dollar spent on research is worth ten spent on lobbying, and that evidence works as fuel for advocacy.  During 2016 and 2017, 38 national coalitions worked on research for advocacy, and the results are clear: the use of relevant documentation, credible research, data collection and evidence building are key to inform education policy. From this important body of work, we selected  case examples from 11 coalitions in Africa (Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Malawi, Sierra Leone), Asia (Indonesia, Philippines), Eastern Europe and the Middle East (Moldova, ...
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Education for social, economic and environmental sustainability

Education for social, economic and environmental sustainability

Originally published on the EASG website www.educationacademia.org HLPF 2018: Transformation towards sustainable and resilient societies The high-level political forum on sustainable development is the United Nations body focusing on reviewing the progress towards the achievements of the Sustainable Development Goals. This year's Forum will meet at the UN headquarters in New-york from Monday, 9 July, to Wednesday, 18 July 2018. The ministerial meeting of the forum will be from Monday, 16 July, to Wednesday, 18 July 2018. The progress review towards the SDGS will focus in particular on goals related to sustainability and biodiversity. You can download the full agenda here. How ...
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Open letter - 88 organisations urge investors to cease support for Bridge International Academies

Open letter – 88 organisations urge investors to cease support for Bridge International Academies

Open letter - 88 organisations urge investors to cease support for Bridge International Academies Today 88 human rights and civil society organisations urge investors of Bridge International Academies to cease support of the multi-national for-profit chain of private schools, following a series of concerning practices and the associated legal and reputational risks they incur. These practices include lack of transparency, poor labour conditions, and non-respect of the rule of law in host countries. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Kampala, Monrovia, Nairobi, 1st March 2018. In an open letter published today, 88 civil society organisations have urged investors to cease their support for the multi-national for-profit chain ...
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From loud noises to louder actions: the push to achieve more and better education financing after the 72nd UN General Assembly

From loud noises to louder actions: the push to achieve more and better education financing after the 72nd UN General Assembly

Education has been the focus of many high-level UN events, but this year’s UN General Assembly truly put the spotlight on education – and particularly on the financing of quality, inclusive, equitable, and free education. GCE and its members have long fought to deliver financing at national and international levels, and this year’s shift by the UN to explicitly focus on financing to strengthen public education systems was welcome – and long overdue. Civil society has been consistent in the message – now widely acknowledged – that education is a foundational right, and SDG 4 underpins the full sustainable development agenda: failing ...
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Civil society calls for G7 leaders to commit to fund education

Civil society calls for G7 leaders to commit to fund education

Civil society calls for G7 leaders to commit to fund education In the lead up to the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) Financing Conference on the 2nd of February 2018, 43 civil society organisations, including GCE and many of its members and allies, have written an open letter to the leadership of the G7 countries to urge them to increase their commitment to fund education. As some of the wealthiest economies in the world, the G7 has a unique opportunity to demonstrate its continued commitment to financing education around the world at the Replenishment conference, and GCE hopes it will set ...
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Civil society calls for clear leadership from developing countries to fund education now

Civil society calls for clear leadership from developing countries to fund education now

With just 3 months left before the Global Partnership for Education's Financing Conference on 2nd February 2018 in Dakar, Senegal, civil society actors are working together to call for action on domestic financing for education from developing country governments. On 2nd November, a group of 13 civil society organisations, representing between them hundreds of local, national and regional campaigining groups worldwide, launch the Compact on Domestic Financing of Education, a declaration which identifies ten key steps towards realising bigger and better commitments to education financing in developing countries. In 2014 developing country governments made remarkable commitments of $26 billion at the ...
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Engagement of CSEF funded coalitions in LEGS

Engagement of CSEF funded coalitions in LEGS

LEG Results Brochure (March 2018) This paper aims to share learning emerging from the CSEF programme. It utilises information gathered from country level experiences within the CSEF programme as well as data generated through CSEF’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning system2. It focuses on engagement within LEGs, acknowledging that coalitions participate in a range of education policy related forums and spaces 3 The Learning Exchange Brief presents a brief quantitative cross-country snapshot of key data. It then identifies 6 key lessons learned by national education coalitions. The 6 lessons are linked to good practices in LEGs identified by the GCE. At ...
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