Full Implementation of Education for All as a Vehicle for Meeting the Learning Needs of Children, Youth, and Adults

  Ambassador David Doyle along St. Kitts and Nevis Minister of Education  Mr. Shawn Richards . The Ministers of Education from Latin America and the Caribbean have expressed their commitment with education in their common release. Good morning, Ministers, Excellencies and distinguished  members  of  the press. I am Shawn Richards, Minister of Education and Deputy Prime Minister of the Caribbean state of St. Kitts […]

Global Playwriting Contest 2015 on Confronting Climate Change and Defying Disasters

  Philippine Center of the International Theatre Institute (ITI) GLOBAL PLAYWRITING CONTEST 2015    Everyone is eligible to join the “Global Playwriting Contest 2015 on Confronting Climate Change and Defying Disasters”.  Each entry must focus on the theme of climate change as described in these rules. We cannot solve the crisis of human survival unless we […]

Education for All 2000-2015: Only a Third of Countries Reached Global Education Goals

 Just one third of countries have achieved all of the measurable Education for All (EFA) goals set in 2000. Only half of all countries have achieved the most watched goal of universal primary enrolment. An extra $22 billion a year is needed on top of already ambitious government contributions in order to ensure we achieve […]

The Day of Drinking Water in the Hands of Children

 Français version ici  Sonia Colasse Author the children bilingual book: “The Adventures of Enzo” e-mail: soloinfinity.ws@gmail.com website: www.soloinfinty.com/enzo The Day of Drinking Water in the Hands of Children   Enzo is a bright boy, who likes to poke its nose everywhere and learn while growing up.   Enzo visit our world and often view the tragedies that hit our planet. We meet sick children caused by polluted water. These same children and their parents do not know how to use the water, and we should take a few moments of our lives to educate them on a few simple gestures.   Several associations or/and foundations gather to help the most disadvantaged and learn together the means to properly use drinking water.   Enzo participates one day to this awareness, as all past by daily gestures and in the hands of today’s children. These are the same children proud of their learning that guides their elder to the right moves to prevent poisoning accidents.   Drinking water production matches the action to produce drinking water from natural water sources.  The processing requires a quality source. It also varies with the level of demands, the standards applied and different depending on the country. We all know, in countries like Africa or […]

A Volunteer Experience in Ghana

Alex Medlicott International Volunteer alex_medlicott@hotmail.com Website: http://dreamafricacarefoundation.org . Abstract: I arrived in Ghana unsure of what to expect. I had done little research on the country and was completely unaware of the culture that I was about to become immersed in. I had arranged to volunteer with a local non-profit organisation, but I had absolutely […]

Abu Dhabi’s Education Council Continues to Find New Applications for GIS

Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates, a federation founded in 1971 from seven ancient Arabian Peninsula sheikhdoms. Due to the wealth derived from its extensive hydrocarbon deposits, Abu Dhabi has developed a modern, forward-thinking state that embraces its past while preparing for the future. One of its long-term initiatives is the […]

Former Students Are Inspiring and Empowering Current Students to Work Harder at School in Kenya

Nairobi, Kenya 5 March 2015 – A new report launched today by Future First Global shows the transformative impact alumni are having in the employment potential for secondary school students Nairobi, The report ‘An Alumni Community for Every School: Learning from Kenya pilot programmes’ examines a two year pilot programme across fifteen schools in Nairobi. […]

GLOBAL REPORT ON OUT-OF-SCHOOL CHILDREN

Adolescents Twice as Likely to Be Out of School as Children of Primary School Age, Say UNESCO and UNICEF New report shows why ‘business as usual’ won’t lead to universal primary or secondary education Around 63 million adolescents between the ages of 12 and 15 years are denied their right to an education, according to […]

Other Place on the Globe. Education of Children in Montenegro

  An exclusive Interview with Jasmina Kalezic a Montenegrin Teacher and Children Rights Activist, by: Kaveh Taheri Introduction: – Unlike other countries of the Balkan Peninsula, Montenegro was able to maintain its independence from the Ottoman Empire. From the 16th to 19th centuries, Montenegro became a theocratic state ruled by a series of bishop princes; […]

The Value of Friendship, Tolerance and Respect within Education of Economics and Business

Saskia Troy (MSc.) is a business economist specialized in Global Business and Stakeholder Management and amongst others Regional Coordinator Europe and Chapter Leader Netherlands Children of the Earth (NGO of the United Nations) and she is a member of the Working Group Sustainable Finance (Changing Finance, Financing Change) of the UNEP/World Resources Institute in Washington. […]

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