#Conflict

  • Article: Over 250 Final Year Exam Students Evacuated After Violent Protests in South Africa

    Over 250 Final Year Exam Students Evacuated After Violent Protests in South Africa

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|Oct. 29, 2019

    Violence and conflict are a major obstacle in ensuring education access for every student. Read more

  • Article: People With Disabilities Face Widespread Violence and Discrimination in the Central African Republic
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    People With Disabilities Face Widespread Violence and Discrimination in the Central African Republic

    By Brittany Quy|Oct. 17, 2019

    Their plight worsens in conflict zones. Read more

  • Article: I Was Shot in the Face 6 Times When Terrorists Invaded My School. Now, I Fight for Education.

    I Was Shot in the Face 6 Times When Terrorists Invaded My School. Now, I Fight for Education.

    Oct. 10, 2019

    Waleed Khan, now living in Birmingham, was just 12 when his school in Pakistan was attacked. Read more

  • Article: UN Honors Activist Who Helped Thousands of Refugees Return to the Congo

    UN Honors Activist Who Helped Thousands of Refugees Return to the Congo

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Sept. 25, 2019

    Conflict has forced 4.5 million Congolese to flee their homes and 850,000 to leave the country. Read more

  • Article: The UK Is Helping 600,000 Children Living in Conflict and Crisis Zones Go to School
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    The UK Is Helping 600,000 Children Living in Conflict and Crisis Zones Go to School

    By Imogen Calderwood|Aug. 28, 2019

    For many of the children reached, it will be their first time in a classroom. Read more

  • Article: The Crisis in Kashmir Could Upend Education for Millions of Children

    The Crisis in Kashmir Could Upend Education for Millions of Children

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 9, 2019

    “Kashmir has been turned into an open-air prison.” Read more

  • Article: There Are At Least 20 Cases of Government Forces Killing Disabled People in Cameroon War: Report

    There Are At Least 20 Cases of Government Forces Killing Disabled People in Cameroon War: Report

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|Aug. 6, 2019

    As the war in Cameroon continues, Human Rights Watch says people with disabilities are being abused. Read more

  • Article: Urgent Food Aid Resumes for 850,000 People in Yemen's Capital

    Urgent Food Aid Resumes for 850,000 People in Yemen's Capital

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 5, 2019

    Allegations of theft and disputes over a biometric tracking previously halted food aid. Read more