Adolescent theatre builds peace in Sierra Leone
Podcast #95 – More funding needed to keep the promise of education
In Nigeria, bringing the message of education for all
Podcast #94 – Innovations in peacebuilding: How technology is changing the way we see the world and respond to violent conflict
Communication & education for peace in military-controlled South Sudan: Part II
Communication & education for peace in military-controlled South Sudan:  Part I
An interview with photojournalist Kate Holt on war-torn South Sudan
Podcast #93:  Education is key to building resilience in the Syrian Arab Republic
Podcast #92: Celebrating International Women’s Day – Equality for women is progress for all!
Podcast #91: Investing in education through public–private partnerships
Innovative approach to promoting peace and reconciliation in Liberia
Press release: A staggering 27 million children are out of school in South Asia
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  • Adolescent theatre builds peace in Sierra Leone
  • Podcast #95 – More funding needed to keep the promise of education
  • In Nigeria, bringing the message of education for all
  • Podcast #94 – Innovations in peacebuilding: How technology is changing the way we see the world and respond to violent conflict
  • Communication & education for peace in military-controlled South Sudan: Part II
  • Communication & education for peace in military-controlled South Sudan:  Part I
  • An interview with photojournalist Kate Holt on war-torn South Sudan
  • Podcast #93:  Education is key to building resilience in the Syrian Arab Republic
  • Podcast #92: Celebrating International Women’s Day – Equality for women is progress for all!
  • Podcast #91: Investing in education through public–private partnerships
  • Innovative approach to promoting peace and reconciliation in Liberia
  • Press release: A staggering 27 million children are out of school in South Asia
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Learning for Peace

The four-year Peacebuilding, Education and Advocacy Programme (2012-2015) – designed as a partnership among UNICEF, the Government of the Netherlands, the national governments of participating countries and other key partners – is an innovative, cross-sectoral programme focusing on education and peacebuilding.


Fourteen countries across East Asia and the Pacific, South Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, Eastern and Southern Africa, and West and Central Africa are currently taking part of the programme.


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In Focus

Never too old to learn. Never too young to teach.

Never too old to learn. Never too young to teach.
22 July 2014 0
Learners Celebrate Education for All week with Technology in Education Mariental, Namibia, 16 July 2014 – Under the African sun, in between the winter winds, the 1,200 children of Sonop Primary School in in Hardap Region, Southern Namibia, situated roughly 300 kilometres from Windhoek, the capital city, are eagerly awaiting the festivities to celebrate their rural school joining the technological…

GCPEA Press Release: Protect Teachers from Wartime Attacks – New Report Shows Educators Are Targeted in Armed Conflict

GCPEA Press Release: Protect Teachers from Wartime Attacks – New Report Shows Educators Are Targeted in Armed Conflict

17 July 2014 0
New York, July 14, 2014 – Attacks on teachers and other educators are a disturbingly common tactic of war and a serious threat to education, the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack (GCPEA) said in a new study released today, Protecting Education Personnel from Targeted Attack in Conflict-Affected Countries. The report describes how teachers have been targeted around the…