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Bede Sheppard Oct 12
It's concerning to see reports of military use of schools in northeast Syria (). YPG committed to avoid using schools in deed. should make similar commitment. And & should endorse .
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UNICEF Jul 7
The class of no tomorrow. Has your country endorsed the ?
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UNICEF May 28
Attacks on schools in Afghanistan have tripled - the first increase since 2015. Half a million children are being denied their right to education.
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UNICEF May 27
Teachers killed. Schools destroyed. Repeated attacks over the years have devastated education for hundreds of thousands of children worldwide. We’re calling on all governments to get behind the .
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UNICEF May 28
Stop military using schools. Protect students and teachers. The is a political commitment to uphold every child’s right to an education and protect .
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UNESCO May 28
14,000. That's the number of attacks against education that have taken place globally in the past five years. Schools and universities should be safe havens! We are urging all countries to endorse the & make the a reality for everyone.
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UNICEF Aug 1
Repeated attacks are devastating education for children. We're calling on governments to help spare schools and protect children by backing the .
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UNICEF Jun 23
“Our school was burned, destroyed,” says Kayenat, 12, whose family fled intense fighting in eastern Afghanistan two years ago. She’s now enrolled at a UNICEF-supported temporary learning space where she gets to learn and play.
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Jan Egeland Jan 29
Schools need to be safe havens for children in armed conflicts. Now they are militarized by armed actors in most conflicts, leading to attacks and attrocities. That is why we worked for a and ask all UN member states to sign it.
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UNICEF Jul 18
Croatia has just signed the ! 👏 That’s now 24 out of 28 EU countries who have endorsed the global initiative to make schools safe for children. Let’s get that to 28.
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UNICEF May 29
Attacks on schools, students and educators are attacks on children’s right to an education – and their futures.
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UNICEF May 27
"I am very excited. I thought we'd never be able to come back to school again." Noor, 9, in Mosul, Iraq. In conflict zones, education can be a life-saver - we’re calling on all governments to endorse the .
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Henrietta H. Fore May 28
Inspired by Goodwill Ambassador at the . Since fleeing war in Syria, she’s had one mission: Creating a world where children can learn in peace, where the rules of war are respected, and schools protected.
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UNICEF May 26
Attacks on schools are robbing children of their futures. The world must do more to protect children’s education in conflict zones.
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UNICEF May 25
During war, education must go on. We’re calling on all governments to get behind the and commit to protecting - and their future.
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UNICEF May 29
Without education, a generation of children living in conflict will grow up without the knowledge and skills they need to thrive.
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Human Rights Watch May 27
Good news: There are 87 countries committed to the . Daily Brief:
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Human Rights Watch Feb 18
Excellent news from our global campaign for safe schools! Read about it in The Daily Brief:
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Human Rights Watch May 27
"We would really like to see other countries, particularly those in the midst of conflict, sign the declaration so children there can go to school in safety." , in interview about the
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UNICEF May 28
Education is every child’s right. But hundreds of thousands of children in conflict are missing out. We're calling on all governments to get behind the and protect .
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