Podcast #97 – Twenty years of Back-to-School campaign: a better future for children living in emergencies
Podcast #96 – Power to young advocates
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Podcast #95 – More funding needed to keep the promise of education
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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 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
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  • Podcast #97 – Twenty years of Back-to-School campaign: a better future for children living in emergencies
  • Podcast #96 – Power to young advocates
  • Alan Smith: Attacks on UN schools in Gaza clearly breach international law
  • Liberia’s National Volunteers Empower Youth as Agents of Change
  • 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
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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

Podcast #97 – Twenty years of Back-to-School campaign: a better future for children living in emergencies

Podcast #97 – Twenty years of Back-to-School campaign: a better future for children living in emergencies
02 September 2014 0
NEW YORK, United States of America, 27 August 2014 – As children around the world prepare to head ‘back to school’ the unprecedented number of ongoing emergencies are devastating education systems for millions of children. About 58 million children are currently out of school and half of those are missing out because of conflict. Twenty years ago, UNICEF launched the…

From India to Erbil: The Life of a Humanitarian Worker

From India to Erbil: The Life of a Humanitarian Worker
19 August 2014 0
World Humanitarian Day, 19 August, is a time to recognize those who face danger and adversity in order to help others. On the eve of deployment to Erbil, Iraq, Manan Kotak, UNICEF’s Humanitarian Support Personnel for Education in Emergencies, shares his experiences as a humanitarian worker. NEW YORK, 18 August, 2014 – I always wanted to work in emergencies. I…