In March, Global Campaign for Education and Education Out Loud hosted a joint learning webinar on Perspectives on the UNESCO GEM Report on Non-State Actors in Education. You can watch a recording of the webinar. www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-8cusBvM8c

Addressing the barriers that girls face in accessing and continuing quality education is at the core of many of the organizations supported by Education Out Loud.

A short film is bringing to light a compelling story about the Aeta - an indigenous people in the Philippines and their pursuit of achieving equality and empowerment.

This Call for Expression of Interest invites policy experts in the KIX Europe, Asia and Pacific (EAP) region to collaborate with policy experts from other countries that currently are, or have been, working on similar challenges in their education system.

Portrait: While climate change is negatively affecting early childhood development, some policy makers continue to view them as two separate issues. However, in Sub Saharan Africa and Zimbabwe, EOL partner ZINECDA is working to secure an education and a better life for the youngest children.

A celebration on World Literacy Day 2020 showed to be a turning point in the battle against adult female illiteracy in the community of Hoskins in Papua New Guinea.

What themes and events are likely to appear on the agenda of education advocates in the year to come? We have asked Kira Boe, policy advisor, Oxfam IBIS; and Ramya Vivekanandan and Margaret Louise Irving, GPE technical leads on learning and teaching and on domestic financing respectively.

Children with disabilities are finally starting to reap the rewards of civil society’s year long quest for visibility and the introduction of inclusive education in Mongolia.

Five transnational civil society alliances have been selected to receive full implementation grants from Education Out Loud to work on different projects aiming to create a stronger global and transnational enabling environment for civil society advocacy and transparency efforts.

Without readily available and up to date data, ensuring girls’ right to education is almost impossible. With the launch of the online EducateHER platform, HOPE Liberia aims to fill the huge data gap on girls’ education in Liberia.