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Nelson Mandela                                    Mandela, Nelson

 

                                          Video  of   Race to Freedom  Project 

 

If Letters cost money… 2018 EYCH event   https://online.flippingbook.com/view/928897/

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2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage – Our heritage: where the past meets the future 

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Be inspired! be inspiredbe inspiredbe inspiredGet news and actions for youth's rights: http://theirworld.org/take-action/sign-up

 

260 million children worldwide are out of school

 

Theirworld.org: During 2018, we look at seven key issues for a lasting difference in the lives of youth.

 1. Donors to do more for the world’s poorest countries - help raise the $3.1 billion it needs to finance its work.

 2. Bigger emphasis on the under-fives - invest 10% of education budgets and aid in pre-primary.

 3. Backing education in emergencies - Education Cannot Wait to be fully funded to deliver education in conflicts and other humanitarian crises.

4. Action to make schools safer - sign the Safe Schools Declaration.

  5. $10 billion in extra funding unlocked - the G20 countries to ensure the International Finance Facility for Education becomes a reality, helping millions more children into school.

 6. Get all Syrian refugees in school - leaders to keep their promise, made two
years ago, to deliver quality education for every refugee child.

 7. Bridge the gap between business and youth - the new Youth Skills and
   Innovation Commission to make recommendations to put young people on a new course for employment and opportunity.

     

Top-50-global-personalities-with-an-outstanding-commitment-to-diversity –
http://bnr.bg/horizont/post/100693941/mariela-baeva-edinstveniat-predstavitel-ot-iztochna-evropa-v-klasacia-na-ikonomist            img_0364-2

Add your name. Support the campaigns:

https://www.theparliamentmagazine.eu/articles/news/former-mep-backs-campaign-provide-education-refugee-children#.Uz5-uSyKDIV

https://www.theparliamentmagazine.eu/articles/news/former-mep-fights-bring-back-our-girls-campaign

https://www.theparliamentmagazine.eu/articles/opinion/malala-yousafzai-deserves-nobel-peace-prize

https://www.theparliamentmagazine.eu/blog/eu-must-demand-safe-return-nigerian-schoolgirls

https://www.theparliamentmagazine.eu/blog/syrian-refugee-children-deserve-chance-education

https://www.theparliamentmagazine.eu/blog/eu-must-prevent-tax-fraud-financing-terrorism; 2018 follow-up: https://www.theparliamentmagazine.eu/articles/news/meps-set-vote-new-rules-fight-terrorist-financing

https://www.theparliamentmagazine.eu/blog/schooling-helps-syrias-refugee-children-maintain-hope-face-conflict

https://www.theparliamentmagazine.eu/blog/world-leaders-must-keep-their-promises-syrian-refugee-children

https://www.theparliamentmagazine.eu/blog/governments-must-step-fill-unrwa-funding-gap-left-us – 02.02.18 Outcome: UNRWA, the United Nations agency responsible for providing education for over 500,000 Palestinian children, has received a big boost for its work in March’18 as new funding of $100 million was announced at the Extraordinary Ministerial Conference in Rome.

https://www.theparliamentmagazine.eu/blog/refugee-crisis-will-eu-live-its-responsibility – 13.07.18

 

Positive news: “The emerging story from a major education summit in Senegal is about developing countries investing even more in education. Donors such as the UK, US, France and Canada pledged $2.3 billion to help the Global Partnership for Education’s work over the next three years. On the same stage in Dakar, 53 developing nations promised to increase spending on their own school systems by a total of $110 billion. And Senegal became the first African country to become a donor to other developing nations.” (theirworld.org, February’18)

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