Isabella Kila joined the Papua New Guinea Education Advocacy Network (PEAN) – supported by Education Out Loud, GPE’s fund for advocacy – as a youth advocate to promote the universal right to education.

The Global Partnership for Education (GPE) Knowledge and Innovation Exchange (KIX), a joint endeavor with Canada's International Development Research Centre (IDRC), is pleased to announce two new funding opportunities through its two latest calls for proposals.

Education Out Loud is supporting the Tanzania Education Network/Mtandao wa Elimu Tanzania (TEN/MET) for the 2020-2023 period. TEN/MET is working to create an education system that provides all learners the opportunity to engage in inclusive, equitable, quality education in Tanzania.

Meeting of education coalitions and national organisations from Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal, São Tomé and Príncipe and East Timor.

Woubibox in Burkina Faso and the local observatory of education quality in Senegal are two initiatives from civil society organizations. Read how they work and how GPE’s Education Out Loud and KIX initiatives supported them, with the potential to adapt them in other countries.

Due to her hearing impairment, Oyunjargal, like many other Mongolian students with disabilities, faced great barriers to attending regular school – until recently. It is only since 2019 that the right for children with disabilities to attend regular schools has been fully reflected in policy.

To be a legitimate advocate for marginalized groups, several national education coalitions are working towards being more internally inclusive.

What is currently being done in policy influencing and is it working? Those are the main questions that global learning partners ACER and MDF, as a consortium, will work to answer.

Lack of knowledge of sensory disability in children has left children with this disability behind. With a newly developed guide the student teachers in Cote d'Ivoire are better equipped to spot the affected children.

Life has dramatically changed for Emily living with disability in the small community of Kaphuta village in Malawi. From spending her days locked up at home; she is now welcomed in school and society as a citizen too.