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Editor's note: Gordon Brown is the U.N. Special Envoy on Global Education and is the former prime minister of the United Kingdom. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the writer. (CNN) -- We have no comprehension of what is ... CNN, 3 weeks ago
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London, United Kingdom, 20 November 2014 - Secretary-General's video message at Education Event with Kailash Satyarthi

Right Honourable, Gordon Brown, Special Envoy for Global Education, Mrs. Sarah Brown, Nobel Laureate, Mr. Kailash Satyarthi, Teachers, campaigners and young people, I thank the Overseas Development Institute and A World at School, for organizing ...
 United Nations4 weeks ago ECOSOC United Nations Economic and Social Counci : Human Rights Must Include Children's Right to Education, Secretary-General Says in Video Message to London Event  4 Traders4 weeks ago Ban Ki-Moon Arrives Today  AllAfrica.com18 hours ago Abu Dhabi, 16th December, 2014 (WAM) The Central Bank of the UAE organized a workshop on the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), to which banks and other financial institutions in the UAE were invited, on Monday, 15 December 2014 at its Head  Federation of Arab News Agencies3 days ago

Haiti - Education : $24M to help about 230,000 children attend school

08/11/2014 09:44:11 Friday, Marie Carmelle Jean-Marie, the Minister of Economy and Finance and World Bank Special Envoy Mary Barton-Dock signed a grant of US$24 million from the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) to help 230,000 children ...
 Haitilibre.com1 month ago More than 230,000 children in Haiti to benefit from improved schooling  Caribbean News Now!1 month ago Haiti: More than 230,000 Children to Benefit from Improved Schooling  PressReleasePoint1 month ago More than 200,000 Haitian children to benefit from improved schooling  Antigua Observer1 month ago
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Girl Rising ambassadors Priyanka Chopra Freida Pinto support and promote

, New Delhi : Girl Rising, a global campaign for girls education that uses storytelling to promote the truth about the transformative power of educating girls and to catalyze support for girls education and empowerment, today announced an ambitious ...
 APN News2 weeks ago Priyanka Chopra, Freida Pinto support and promote Girl Rising India  Bollywood News World2 weeks ago
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Malala: an icon of girls education

ISLAMABAD: Schoolgirl activist Malala Yousufzai's courageous fight after being shot by the Taliban two years ago has transformed her into a symbol for human rights and a campaigner in global demand. Few teenagers can lay claim to a Nobel Prize, or ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago Malala, global icon of girls' education  SAMAA TV1 week ago Malala, global icon of girls edu  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Pakistan's Malala, global icon of girls education  Gulf News1 week ago

7 million voices weigh in on future development agenda in UN survey

15 December 2014 A special report detailing the global results of the MY World survey was launched at United Nations Headquarters on Friday in a special ceremony hosted by the UN Millennium Campaign and the Secretary General's Special Envoy for ...
 United Nations4 days ago '7 million voices' weigh in on future development agenda in UN survey  BusinessWeek3 days ago

Power Clouds funds second solar plant at World for People School in Zambia

29. October 2014 | By: World for People Power Clouds is in the front line in promoting education worldwide by funding a second solar plant that will make World for People School fully independent energy-wise in Zambia. The company is supporting ...
 PV Magazine1 month ago Power Clouds in the front line in promoting education worldwide by funding a second solar plant which will make World for People School fully independent energy-wise in Zambia  Global Solar Technology1 month ago

Envoy: Iran, Russia Enjoying Strategic Relations

TEHRAN (FNA)- Tehran pays special heed to the further broadening of ties with Moscow, a senior Iranian diplomat reiterated. "The Russian Federation has one of top ten economies in the world and we consider expansion of ties with Russia of ...
 Fars News Agency4 weeks ago

Message from Mr. Mamnoon Hussain President Islamic Republic of Pakistan (On the occasion of Universal Children's Day 20th November, 2014)

PR No. 139 PRESS RELEASE Special Envoy To The President Of Sudan Calls On President Mamnoon Hussain: Islamabad: November 19, 2014 President Mamnoon Hussain offered to provide skilled manpower to Sudan for its banking, medical, textile and ...
 Press Information Department Pakistan1 month ago

Build strong partnerships to promote education - Ibn Chambers

The United Nations Special Representative for West Africa, Dr Mohammed Ibn Chambas, has called for a stronger partnership between parents and school authorities to unleash the potential of schoolchildren and improve the quality of education. ...
 Graphic Ghana1 month ago
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