Monthly Archives: September 2010

Youngest minds need the best care

By Anaïs Loizillon, researcher, Education for All Global Monitoring Report When world leaders met in New York last week to reaffirm their commitment to achieving the Millennium Development Goals by 2015, the United Nations launched its new Global Strategy for … Continue reading

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Let’s keep our promise to the world’s children

Every child knows that you shouldn’t break a promise. Yet governments are on the brink of breaking a Millennium Development Goal promise made to the world’s children – the promise of a decent quality basic education for all by 2015. … Continue reading

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Education is the catalyst for the millennium goals

Education plays a special role in global efforts to improve people’s lives. As world leaders prepare to gather in New York to review international development goals, we think it’s time to underline just how special that role is. In 2000, … Continue reading

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Grover supports International Literacy Day

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