In Focus

WORLD TEACHERS’ DAY: EMPOWERING TEACHERS, BUILDING SUSTAINABLE SOCIETIES WORLD TEACHERS’ DAY: EMPOWERING TEACHERS, BUILDING SUSTAINABLE SOCIETIES
Today, 5th October, World Teachers’ Day, as the global community comes together to support the new 2030 UN Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), FAWE and its network, would like to highlight the crucial role teachers play in achieving…

Voices

A world of possibilities A world of possibilities
By Dr. Harriet Sakala, FAWEZA Alumni

Publications and events

Girls’ education, empowerment and transitions to adulthood: The case for a shared agenda
Page 8 - Girls-Education-Empowerment-Transitions-Adulthood
International Center for Research on Women
2012
This paper argues that the single most important development investment that can be made today is leveraging education to facilitate girls’ transitions to healthy, safe and productive adulthood. Girls are critical to social change and global development, yet they face particular challenges during adolescence that have direct consequences for their health as well as for their educational and economic opportunities.  More...

To download, please go to: http://www.icrw.org/publications/girls-education-empowerment-and-transitions-adulthood


World Atlas of Gender Equality in Education
Page 8 - Gender atlasUNESCO Institute for Statistics
2012
This publication allows users to visualise and compare educational pathways of girls and boys around the world and to measure and analyse changes in gender disparities in education over time. Using sex-disaggregated data from indicators developed by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics, it sheds new light on progress made towards gender-related education goals set by international frameworks such as Education for All and the Millennium Development Goals.  More...

To download, please go to: http://www.unesco.org/new/en/education/themes/leading-the-international-agenda/gender-and-education/resources/the-world-atlas-of-gender-equality-in-education/

 Top

 Back to previous page