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My Fellowship Experience with GCE-US

In Action Alert, Action and Advocacy, Education In Emergencies, Girls Education, Inclusive Education by Shruti Nallappa

My Fellowship Experience with GCE-US January 6, 2022 | | Action Alert | Shruti NallappaMy experience as both a Fellow and Senior Fellow with the Global Campaign for Education – US has been an insightful and incredible experience. In the midst of a global pandemic and adjusting to working remotely, I have grown professionally, academically, and personally. GCE-US has provided me …

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Youth Participation in Education: From the Lens of a Student

In Youth by Shreyan Acharya

Youth Participation in Education: From the Lens of a StudentApril 30, 2021 | | Youth | Shreyan AcharyaPhoto: Youth leaders in India, Credit: UNICEF/UN0276725/Das When I started my Master’s in development studies at the University of Sussex’s Institute for Development Studies (IDS), I concentrated on relating different development concepts to education. For me, education is truly a foundation for human …

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The Right to Education in Baltimore: Exploring Innovative Approaches

In Action Alert, Youth by Jennifer Rigg and Sarah French

The Right to Education in Baltimore: Exploring Innovative ApproachesJanuary 21, 2020 | | Action Alert | GCE-US   Proponents of the international right to education and the use of human rights instruments, such as the Abidjan Principles on the Right to Education, should be driven by people, for people. Furthering our understanding and use of these rights and instruments, requires bringing people …

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Great News: READ Act Passed!

In Action Alert, Action and Advocacy, News, Youth by Jennifer Rigg

Great News: READ Act Passed!September 12, 2017 | | Action Alert | GCE-US   Great news: The READ Act has become law! Thank you to everyone advocating for the Reinforcing Education Accountability in Development (READ) Act! The bill has now passed and been signed into law. This is a huge step forward to ensure quality education for all.Please thank your Members …