Global Partnership for Education Replenishment Conference.
Global leaders and innovators from the United Nations, academia, the development community and the private sector including:
- Anthony Lake, UNICEF Executive Director
- Geeta Rao Singh, UNICEF Deputy Executive Director
- Carol Bellamy, chair of the Global Partnership for Education and former executive director of UNICEF
- More than 30 Ministers from developing and donor countries, key civil society organisations and private sector foundations.
7-8 November 2011.
Kulturkajen Docken, Copenhagen, Denmark
Education is one of the best investments donor countries can make in the fight to end poverty and promote democracy and peace. The Global Partnership for Education will call for $2.5 billion dollars over three years to put 25 million more children in school. The pledging conference aims at re-energizing support for basic education for children worldwide and to highlight the critical impact of education on health, economic development, gender equality and peace in poor countries.
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Shimali Senanayake, UNICEF New York, + 917 236 4516, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate Donovan, UNICEF New York, +1-212-326-7452, email@example.com