@UNESCO presents new finance model that could triple the availability of textbooks

A new study by UNESCO’s Global Education Monitoring Report (GEM)* to be issued on 19 January proposes an economic model that would help reduce the cost of textbooks and increase their availability to students in schools around the world. According to the paper, Every Child Should Have a Textbook, centralized financing mechanisms could allow for a […]

Interview with Aya Chebbi, African Youth Movement Founder

Javier Collado Ruano: Dear readers, it is a pleasure for me to introduce my friend Aya Chebbi, a well-known Pan-African Tunisian blogger and activist. I met her during the Global Citizens Movement of CIVICUS World Alliance, which took place in Johannesburg late in the year 2013, and I am still impressed with all her achievements. […]

Democracy and Democratic Transition: Lessons from Egypt and Tunisia

Matthew J. Gordner Founder and Director of the The Peace by Piece Initiative, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to dialogue on sensitive issues of local and global scope. Scholar at the Trudeau Foundation and a PhD Student in the University of Toronto’s Department of Political Science.  e-mail: matt.gordner@mail.utoronto.ca / web: www.thepeacebypieceinitiative.com . Abstract: In this article I examine the […]

The Peace Process Will Not be Tweeted

 Monica Curca  email: monicabcurca@gmail.com / peaceforsale@gmail.com  website: http://peaceforsale.org/ Abstract: Of late new media and digital technologies have been instrumental in bringing about social change throughout the world. This article asks if it is possible for new media and digital technologies to also bring peace? Media and communications have a long history in being used as an instrument for […]

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