#GPE replenishment

  • Article: The UK Just Pledged to Help 880,000 Children Get an Education
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    The UK Just Pledged to Help 880,000 Children Get an Education

    By Katie Dallas  and  Imogen Calderwood|Feb. 5, 2018

    But our work is far from over. Read more

  • Article: Rihanna Just Tweeted Theresa May — and It’s Possibly the Best Use of Twitter of 2018
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    Rihanna Just Tweeted Theresa May — and It’s Possibly the Best Use of Twitter of 2018

    By Imogen Calderwood|Feb. 1, 2018

    Rihanna is on a mission to get every child in school. Read more

  • Article: Millions of Children Are Out of School — But ALDO and Global Citizen Want to Change That
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    Millions of Children Are Out of School — But ALDO and Global Citizen Want to Change That

    By Jackie Marchildon|Jan. 11, 2018|ALDO

    ALDO has teamed up to support Global Citizen’s campaign for education. 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: GC Unplugged: A Night of Music and Education Advocacy at the Chateau Laurier
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    GC Unplugged: A Night of Music and Education Advocacy at the Chateau Laurier

    By Jackie Marchildon|June 8, 2017

    Global Citizen designed the GC Unplugged event to discuss the key issues in girls' education. Read more