#Global Partnership for Education

  • Article: You Can Attend Rihanna’s Diamond Ball by Donating to Girls in Malawi
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    You Can Attend Rihanna’s Diamond Ball by Donating to Girls in Malawi

    By Phineas Rueckert|Aug. 23, 2017

    A dollar can go a long way. Read more

  • Article: This 91-Year-Old Woman Just Earned Her Bachelor’s Degree After 10 Years of Studying
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    This 91-Year-Old Woman Just Earned Her Bachelor’s Degree After 10 Years of Studying

    By Colleen Curry|Aug. 11, 2017

    It’ll make you actually want to start studying again. Read more

  • Article: Rihanna Meets With President & First Lady Macron to Support Global Partnership for Education
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    Rihanna Meets With President & First Lady Macron to Support Global Partnership for Education

    By Cassie Carothers|July 26, 2017

    264 million children are out of school and the funding needs are critical. Read more

  • Article: Trudeau Discussed Gender Equality and Education at Global Citizen Hamburg — But Canada’s Commitment Still Unclear
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    Trudeau Discussed Gender Equality and Education at Global Citizen Hamburg — But Canada’s Commitment Still Unclear

    By Jackie Marchildon|July 19, 2017

    Trudeau met with GPE’s Julia Gillard to discuss gender issues and how they relate to education. Read more

  • Article: World Leaders at GCF Hamburg Helped Push for G20 Education Pledge
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    World Leaders at GCF Hamburg Helped Push for G20 Education Pledge

    By Meghan Werft|July 13, 2017

    “Just think if this room stopped school at age ten.” Read more

  • Article: Progress to Quality Education for All - Accountability Report
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    Progress to Quality Education for All - Accountability Report

    By Simon Moss|July 6, 2017

    The Education Accountability Report tracks more than 50 commitments and announcements. Read more

  • Article: 1 Million Syrian Refugee Children are Out of School — Here's Why It Matters
    Education

    1 Million Syrian Refugee Children are Out of School — Here's Why It Matters

    By Colleen Curry|June 20, 2017

    The future depends on educating today’s refugees. Read more

  • Article: As ​Rich Countries Slash Education Aid, Sub-Saharan Africa Will Be Hit the Hardest, Report Says
    Education

    As ​Rich Countries Slash Education Aid, Sub-Saharan Africa Will Be Hit the Hardest, Report Says

    By Gabriella Canal|June 16, 2017

    Traditional donors like the US and UK “are simply shifting their priorities away from education.” Read more