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UNESCO Jun 20
On , we call to defend the rights of all refugees, specially the . We stand , and you?
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UNESCO Jun 19
Tens of millions of people have been forced to flee their homes. Lives uprooted. Education interrupted. On , learn how mobile technologies offer solutions to make education accessible to refugees:
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UNESCO Jun 20
68.5 million That's the number of people who've been uprooted from their homes worldwide, according to Refugees face many challenges to access learning opportunities. Mobile technologies can help uphold their
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UNESCO Jun 20
Ehab escaped violence in Syria and now lives Germany where he is pursuing a degree programme. He plans to use his skills to eventually help rebuild his country. Read his story:
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Charu Gupta Jun 17
A news that made me smile today! 😊
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OIDEL Jun 20
We are having our at the on “The Right to Education and New Technologies: a Necessary Dialogue” with Pablo Nuño from the Permanent Mission of Spain
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井上えりか Jun 19
Spain’s segregation and exclusion of students with disabilities from mainstream education, on grounds of their impairments, amounts to grave violations of those students’ under the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
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Laura Anderson 20h
Thank you for coming to meet our pupils and collect our signs to take to Parliament.
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Stephanie Bengtsson 24h
Be inspired! Save the Children has a costed plan to ensure all can access education... and it’s only $21.5 bn. Less than what’s spent on the world’s military in 1 day. And less than the Act now!
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Right to Education Initiative Jun 21
The must be mainstreamed into the governance in education. NEW Report of the Special Rapporteur on the right to education. Available here.
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Keya Das Jun 20
Replying to @UNESCO @UNICEF and 8 others
& An appeal to so that Articles 14 & 21 of the Constitution are not violated anywhere. Right to Live with Dignity is one of the most basic needs.
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John Lannon Jun 20
Great to see it in print ... doing its bit to fulfill the right to education for people seeking international protection!!
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IBE-UNESCO Jun 20
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IBE-UNESCO Jun 20
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Consum Audiovisual Jun 20
"The BIG challenge: New ways of teaching content using a tradicional approach" from
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OIDEL Jun 20
“Hyper specialization is a form of ignorance, we need a holistic education” from
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OIDEL Jun 20
from explains how new technologies have changed the way we produce knowledge and how we learn
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IBE-UNESCO Jun 20
Our Senior Programme Specialist @RenatoOpertti is presenting at : contextualizing technologies within SDG4 – Education 2030
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UNESCO Jun 20
Meet Romans, a teacher from SouthSudan in Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp and learn how technology is helping him overcome teaching challenges in what the UN has called the 'toughest classroom in the world'.
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Acadnets Infocom Jun 19
Give education to your child with acadnets. Now don't need to hire tutors, AcadNets do it for you digitally.
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