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Theirworld Apr 18
In this episode of , Sarah speaks to a range of guests about the Noise of activism, and how the volume of a protest can help it reach audiences fast and with impact.
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Theirworld Apr 18
Throwback to our because event with last week! raised their hands to show they care about early childhood education 🙋 RT to show you believe every child deserves the best start in life 🖐️
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Theirworld Apr 17
We helped campaign for to be created so children living in emergencies can get back to school as soon as possible. Now with we're ensuring this momentum can be built on 📣
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Education Cannot Wait Apr 16
The Jump by Will Smith brought hundreds of thousands in individual donations to benefit children living in crisis. What a wonderful partnership with and Will Smith!
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Theirworld Apr 17
Check out our new round-up to discover the five things you need to know this week about global education.
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Justin W. van Fleet Apr 13
Our Global Youth Ambassadors are awesome! Thanks for advocating so passionately to world leaders at the asking them to and fund early childhood education. This is a campaign worth fighting for & are leading the way!
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Open Society Foundations Apr 13
Countries around the world are failing to deliver on the promises of education made to the youngest children. This risks their development and future life chances. via our grantee
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Theirworld Apr 14
For this week's : extended interviews with guests from the Quiet Activism episode.
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Theirworld Apr 13
We would have a healthier, wealthier and kinder world if every child had pre-primary education.
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Theirworld Apr 12
Global Youth Ambassador Javita has championed the smallest children at this week, to Ministers & Heads of Education from Norway, South Sudan, Afghanistan, the World Bank & . More reasons to believe that we can . Thanks Javita!
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Theirworld Apr 12
More reasons to believe that we can for the children left without an education! Thank you and the 🇪🇺 for your continued commitment to children and their future, and the .
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Amina J Mohammed Apr 12
Achieving the requires investments at scale. The International Finance Facility for Education can fill a distinct gap of funding by targeting all children left behind in lower-middle-income countries
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Theirworld Apr 12
. and call for action now to get all children in pre-primary education.
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Theirworld Apr 11
Catch up on our Because event to hear and talk about the importance of Early Childhood Education, our new donor scorecard and 's global ECE report.
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James Cox Apr 11
Proud to be launching ’s Early Childhood Education donor scorecard in tandem with and their global report. Not here? Watch and discuss how we - and why - live from
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Theirworld Apr 11
Replying to @theirworld
"My dream is to establish a global movement that works efficiently to create effective partnerships that reach across the silos to reach every child" Elizabeth Lule, Executive Director, ECDAN Because
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Theirworld Apr 11
Replying to @JamiraBurley
"There is no age requirement to change the world" 💯🌍
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Theirworld Apr 11
Replying to @DengDYai
"In South Sudan we are ensuring that Early Childhood Education is compulsory & part of the education system. Next year we hope to increase allocation of funding from 10% to 15%. We are doing what we can to make sure ECE is promoted and children have a better start."
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Theirworld Apr 11
Replying to @VibhuSharma_11
"Inclusion cannot wait" 💯 📣 Watch the livestream 👇
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GCE-US Apr 11
We must accept everybody regardless of differences—in school & early learning says
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