The fierce urgency of now: report on the vital role of education in emergencies

19th April 2016

Read our new report, ‘The fierce urgency of now: delivering children’s right to education during crisis’.
It outlines the vital role […]

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Jess and Samina’s trip to Kenya

8th March 2016

Photo © Axel Fassio/GCE UK
Jessica Hardy and Samina Begum are the 2016 Young Ambassadors for the Send My Friend to School campaign. […]

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Young Ambassadors in Kenya

23rd February 2016

Our fantastic Young Ambassadors Samina Begum and Jessica Hardy, from Loughborough, have just arrived in Kenya on a fact-finding mission […]

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Kenya report: inclusive education

9th February 2016

In 2015 four UK parliamentarians travelled to Kenya to find out more about inclusive education: the barriers facing young people […]

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Supporting Syria Conference

4th February 2016

Today London is host to the Supporting Syria Conference. World leaders gathered to rise to the challenge of helping the […]

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Meet the Young Ambassadors!

5th January 2016

For the start of 2016 please meet the new Young Ambassadors for the Send My Friend to School campaign; Samina […]

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What are the problems? Understanding education in emergencies

22nd December 2015

Take a look at some of the key facts and figures on education in emergencies in the gallery below.
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Send My Friend in 2016: education in emergencies

22nd December 2015

Speak out for the 37 million children missing out on school in crisis affected countries.
Worldwide the numbers affected by emergencies […]

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‘He Named Me Malala’

2nd November 2015

“He Named me Malala” depicts the life of the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize winner,  Malala Yousafzai and her campaign […]

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School of the Week: St Vincent’s Primary School

23rd November 2015

This weeks ‘School of the Week’ is awarded to St Vincent’s Primary School. As part of the campaign, students produced […]

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