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Madge Thomas is the Global Policy and Advocacy Manager for the Global Poverty Project and leads GPP’s Education policy campaigning. A former Human Rights Lawyer, she has previously worked with the Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Department of Foreign Affairs in Australia and is an executive committee member of the Australian Institute of International Affairs (WA), which promotes understanding and awareness of International Affairs in their Western Australia and Australia.

Stories

  1. Article: HP + Global Citizen Come Together at Cannes to Show Why Education Cannot Wait
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    HP + Global Citizen Come Together at Cannes to Show Why Education Cannot Wait

    By Madge Thomas|Aug. 9, 2017|HP Inc.

    Education currently receives less than 2% of humanitarian aid. Read more

  2. Article: The Global Partnership for Education Needs $3.1B — and You Can Help
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    The Global Partnership for Education Needs $3.1B — and You Can Help

    By Madge Thomas|April 28, 2017

    “We know that education for the poorest makes a difference to prosperity.” Read more

  3. Article: World Leaders Back Bold New Effort to Improve Education
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    World Leaders Back Bold New Effort to Improve Education

    By Madge Thomas  and  Sophie Sylla|Sept. 21, 2016

    On Sunday, September 18th the Education Commission launched The Learning Generation report. Read more

  4. Article: 263 Million Kids Are Kept From School and 10 More Jarring Stats on Education
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    263 Million Kids Are Kept From School and 10 More Jarring Stats on Education

    By Madge Thomas|Aug. 4, 2016

    New statistics reveal the shocking global state of education. Read more

  5. Article: Meet Secretary of State, André Vallini: France's champion for Girl's Education
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    Meet Secretary of State, André Vallini: France's champion for Girl's Education

    By Madge Thomas|July 29, 2016|Global Poverty Project

    Vallini stresses the importance of equal education to improve all sectors of development. Read more

  6. Article: World leaders commit $90M to bring education to conflict zones at WHS
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    World leaders commit $90M to bring education to conflict zones at WHS

    By Madge Thomas|June 10, 2016

    While short of the $8.5B needed annually, it is a step in the right direction. Read more

  7. Article: Global Citizen goes to Istanbul for the 1st World Humanitarian Summit
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    Global Citizen goes to Istanbul for the 1st World Humanitarian Summit

    By Madge Thomas|June 9, 2016

    300 kids, a cartoon sheep, and a Global Citizen campaign come together for social good. Read more

  8. Article: Innovate to educate! The ‘Hack for Humanity’
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    Innovate to educate! The ‘Hack for Humanity’

    By Madge Thomas|June 7, 2016

    Hackers are no slackers when it comes to social good. Read more

  9. Article: Five things you need to know about the Education Cannot Wait Fund
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    Five things you need to know about the Education Cannot Wait Fund

    By Madge Thomas|May 9, 2016

    First, it will be officially launched at the first World Humanitarian Summit later this month. Read more

  10. Article: Why education is so important for refugees around the world
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    Why education is so important for refugees around the world

    By Madge Thomas|Feb. 6, 2016

    The iceberg that will sink our kids. Read more