Schools should be a safe space for children to learn and grow. But for half of the world’s teens, this isn’t the case.
The Committee on the Rights of the Child today(19 May) concluded its consideration of the combined fourth and fifth periodic report of Lebanon on its implementation of
THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION
Lebanon currently hosts approximately 400,000 Syrian refugee school age children. A mere 15 to 20 per ce
“Inequality is a choice. Promoting equity – a fair chance for every child, for all children – is also a choice. A choice we can make, and must make.
World leaders have committed to ending poverty by 2030.
Progress in expanding access to education has stalled.
The lives and futures of millions of children are in jeopardy.
Every child has the right to health, education and protection, and every society has a stake in expanding children’s opportunities in life.
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