Educate a child programme

In 2012, a multi-year strategic partnership was initiated between UNHCR and Educate A Child (EAC), a programme of the Education Above All (EAA) foundation. Since 2012, EAC has enabled over 266,000 out-of-school refugee children to access primary school in 12 countries through UNHCR and its partners. EAC complements the roll-out of UNHCR’s Refugee Education Strategy… Read more

Children still battling to go to school

The 2011 EFA Global Monitoring Report exposed the hidden crisis of education in conflict-affected countries. Two years later, to mark the birthday of Malala, the Pakistani schoolgirl shot by the Taliban as she was exercising her right to go to school, this policy paper shows that urgent action is needed to bring education to the… Read more

Education’s Missing Millions: Including Disabled Children in Education through EFA FTI Processes and National Sector Plans

This study focuses on how the Education for All Fast Track Initiative (FTI) Partnership is tackling the challenges of disability and inclusion. Its purpose is to assess the disability responsiveness of FTI processes and education sector plans thus far; formulate recommendations to strengthen current processes, tools and partnership mechanisms; and identify new opportunities through which… Read more

Professor Hugh Lauder and Steve Packer on the UK Forum for International Education and Training (UKFIET)

In these two videos, Professor Hugh Lauder and Steve Packer introduce the UK Forum for International Education and Training (UKFIET). UKFIET provides a pro-active forum for universities, non-governmental organisations, consultancy groups and professional associations, working for education and development internationally, to share ideas, knowledge and expertise. The Forum’s diverse membership is engaged in research, training,… Read more