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How is UK and Norway’s leadership on evidence helping to push the agenda on education in emergencies forward?
An estimated 50 million children live in conflict-affected countries or are refugees – an 8% increase from 2008 – and many more are affected by natural disasters such as earthquakes or flooding. In addition to this, it is estimated that 20 million adolescents in conflict countries are not in school, and over half of these… Read more
Education in emergencies and protracted crises. Toward a strengthened response.
Some of the worst violations of the rights to education around the world occur in contexts of emergency and protracted crisis. Around 37 million primary and lower secondary age children are out of school in crisis affected countries. Education is the most effective way of reducing poverty and inequality. In contexts of emergencies and protracted crises,… Read more