Nelson Mandela World View Primary School Palabek Settlement Uganda Photo Emmanuel Museruka (2)

In April Education Out Loud launched our first call for concept notes on Operational Component 2 supporting civil society roles in promoting the transparency and accountability of national education sector policy and implementation.
Note: Final decisions regarding OC2 have been communicated to applicants.

Global Partnership for Education article July 15 2020

The Global Partnership for Education is excited to announce the launch of four regional calls for proposals between July and September 2020 under its Knowledge and Innovation Exchange (KIX).

EOL Intro

Ten grant applications have been shortlisted by Education Out Loud to support transnational civil society alliances in carrying out innovative multi-country advocacy. Shortlisted applicants will spend up to four months to develop a full proposal, which will be reviewed and approved before the end of the year.

EOL Annual Report 2019

Every six months a Technical Progress Report is submitted to GPE. The first report covers all of the active months last year April – December 2019.

E-Net Philippines

E-Net is one of the education advocacy coalitions awarded with one of the first EOL grants. It unites the forces of organizations and groups working to secure protection and education for all Philippine children and youth.

Cheickh Mbow COSYDEP

COSYDEP is the national coalition for advocacy on education in Senegal. They are supported by Education Out Loud to change the fact that Senegalese children are among those in world to benefit the least from education.

Hempel projekt Riberalta Bolivia foto Arturo Quinteros from Fundacion Machaca Amawta (70).

Unfortunately, there is a huge gap between the countries´ international legal commitments to provide universal free and quality education and the reality of ensuring such quality education for all. This is where Civil Society plays a crucial role.

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Investing in advocacy for learning equity

The success of this new fund tops our wish list for the New Year: it has the potential to spark a 21st century campaign for learning equity - a campaign that re-establishes government and intergovernmental accountability for the right to education; and that inspires citizens, everywhere, to realize their right to learn.

Civil society plays a crucial role in the coronavirus response

Education Out Loud just launched a new call for proposals. This funding will come at a critical time during the worldwide COVID-19 crisis, and will ensure that civil society can continue to play its essential role.