Syria: hundreds of thousands of children missing out on education
Julia Gillard: Lessons for Oslo
The emotional impact of protracted conflict on children: rethinking our response The emotional impact of protracted conflict on children: rethinking our response
Breaking down gender stereotypes in schools in Uganda
Stories from the field – UNICEF Iraq: “They’re afraid to leave the camps”
In Sierra Leone, hopes of saving the school year
As schools reopen in Guinea, UNICEF helps efforts to reduce Ebola transmission risk
Attacks against schools threaten the return of thousands of students in CAR Attacks against schools threaten the return of thousands of students in CAR Attacks against schools threaten the return of thousands of students in CAR
New Year in Syria offers little chance of children’s education as schools remain targets of conflict
Resilience and Hope – The Children of South Sudan
Education for All in Sri Lanka: Striving for “a big win for everyone” Education for All in Sri Lanka: Striving for “a big win for everyone”
Counting Sheep in Afghanistan: Teaching video skills in a remote village in Bamyan province
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  • Syria: hundreds of thousands of children missing out on education
  • Julia Gillard: Lessons for Oslo
  • The emotional impact of protracted conflict on children: rethinking our response
  • Breaking down gender stereotypes in schools in Uganda
  • Stories from the field – UNICEF Iraq: “They’re afraid to leave the camps”
  • In Sierra Leone, hopes of saving the school year
  • As schools reopen in Guinea, UNICEF helps efforts to reduce Ebola transmission risk
  • Attacks against schools threaten the return of thousands of students in CAR
  • New Year in Syria offers little chance of children’s education as schools remain targets of conflict
  • Resilience and Hope – The Children of South Sudan
  • Education for All in Sri Lanka: Striving for “a big win for everyone”
  • Counting Sheep in Afghanistan: Teaching video skills in a remote village in Bamyan province
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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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Syria: hundreds of thousands of children missing out on education

Syria: hundreds of thousands of children missing out on education
22 July 2015 0

This blog post by Malene Kamp Jensen, a Communication Specialist based at UNICEF NYHQ, originally appeared on UNICEF CONNECT.

I can still hear my children’s worried voices from the backseat. ‘Mom, do you think they will be nice? What if I won’t make any friends?’

It was the fall of 2001, my daughter was four, my son was six. We …


Julia Gillard: Lessons for Oslo

Julia Gillard: Lessons for Oslo
06 July 2015 0

© UNICEF/NYHQ2015-1514/McIlwaine An adolescent boy participates in the launch of the UNICEF-supported Back to Learning campaign in South Sudan.

 

On Monday and Tuesday July 6 and 7, world leaders are participating in the Oslo Summit on Education for Development in Norway. UNICEF will be sharing key resources from those in Oslo, and from key education partners. Follow us on