This blog is hosted by the team working on the Education for All Global Monitoring Report, an independent report published by UNESCO that tracks the world’s progress towards the six education goals to which over 160 countries committed themselves in 2000.
We aim to raise fundamental questions about Education for All – especially on the particular themes of our annual report. We intend this blog to be a discussion forum for everyone interested in promoting the right to quality learning. We welcome comments on blog posts. (We do, however, retain the right to remove any comment we judge to be objectionable.)
Our banner: A former child labourer learning how to work in the garment industry at a vocational training school in Dhaka, Bangladesh. (Photo G.M.B. Akash/Panos). From the 2012 EFA Global Monitoring Report, Youth and skills: Putting education to work.