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Digital Education 2021 conference will be held online, April 8-10, 2021. The conference will be international, so the program will be conducted in Serbian and English language. Participation is free of charge.
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Well-known child psychiatrist Prof. Dr. Svetomir Bojanin, who has been dealing with school-age children for almost 70 years, talks about the impact of school on children's development, their mental health, and further success in life…
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Education reform in Sarajevo Canton has been a long-standing topic, the implementation of which is the first important step in the systemic change of teaching in schools. If that happens, then the education paradigm could change completely.
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Supported by Theirworld, activity packs are provided to refugee children in Greece to help them deal with stress and anxiety as well as developing their skills and c
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The Head of Impact and Evidence at I CAN children’s communication charity has written a guest blog for Children’s Mental Health Week in connection with the topics: communication difficulties and mental health challenges.
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UNICEF Moldova is hiring a National Individual Consultant Public Financial Management (PFM) Specialist support the work of an Education Economist in collecting and analyzing budget data on Early Childhood Education to support the identification of the most cost-efficient and equitable funding sch
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BUDAPEST, HUNGARY – A pandemic-generation has been born. Children, pupils and teenagers will soon feel the consequences of their quickly changing lifestyle, not to mention the transition from traditional education to online teaching.
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In November, the Terre des hommes Romania Foundation organized their annual campaign to promote children's rights among children deciding their own future.
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The news gives information about the event (on Feb 12, 2021, at 10:00 AM in CET) which targets education stakeholders, policy‑makers, teachers, parents, and learners, and will present the report about the inclusive education and progress in 30 education systems of Central and Eastern Europe, Cauc
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The lives of millions of parents and children were turned upside down after the national lockdown in England on January 4, 2021.
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According to available information, between 1.14 million and 1.78 million children in the UK do not have access to a laptop, desktop, or tablet at home, and that more than 880,000 children live in a household that only has a mobile internet connection and even around 190,000 properties cannot acc
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In the context of early childhood education, the story informs about the counterfactual play, which allows children to work on understanding what is going on in the minds of other children and lays the foundation for literacy.
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This manual was created using distance learning topics through the review expectations of students and teachers from this process, their technical readiness and willingness to learn and progress together, and, therefore, represents a contribution to improving the quality of online education in Se
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The embassy of the United States of America, the Delegation of the European Union, the OSCE and UNICEF commented on the below-average results of Bosnian students in the TIMSS test.
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Between November 19 and 26, the 9th edition of Takeover Day took place. This is the campaign of Terre des hommes Foundation, that promotes children's right to choose.
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HANDIKOS has launched the campaign "School Opens the World", which aims to promote the inclusion of children with disabilities in regular education in Kosovo.
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The research on the attitudes of high school students about online education in Serbia arose from the need to approach the topic of distance learning through a review of their expectations, technical readiness and willingness to learn and progress in this way.  
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The draft of the subject curricula in the Sarajevo Canton has not been published for an extended period of time. A new deadline for publication has been set again, and Namir Ibrahimović, the head of the education reform, explained why.
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In the past year, 300 educators from 60 preschool institutions, primary and secondary schools throughout Serbia, have been trained to recognize and take recommended activities and measures related to discrimination in the educational environment.
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According to the Theory of Loose Parts Play of Simon Nicholson ("How Not to Treat Children: The Theory of Loose Parts Play", 1971), human are most inventive and creative when they are allowed to construct or manipulate our environment, which is considered the "th
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In times of socially-distanced learning, many educators are physically isolated from their students and need to incorporate steady, consistent and meaningful feedback into their teaching.
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We want to present a great online website with the resources about the importance of education.
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Roma children, one of the most deprived communities, are now faced with a halt in their education due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the majority of schools in Romania are operating completely online or in a hybrid fashion, children from all backgrounds are encountering challenges.
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The data presented in this video summarize excerpts from the findings of the study through which the factors influencing the inclusion of children with disabilities in education before and during the pandemic were investigated, as well as the effects of the circumstances created by COVID-19 in fa
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UNICEF Serbia call on all citizens, especially students and language experts, pedagogues, teachers and professors to volunteer online and help reduce the language barrier that exists for some young people and thus enable their better education.
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The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development focuses on leaving no one behind. This publication aims to inform thinking and practice globally.
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Many families living with disabled children are struggling emotionally and financially due to the lockdown.
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A new report written by Dr Graeme Atherton, the Director of the National Education Opportunities Network, evaluates the higher education participation of Gypsy, Romani and Traveller Communities and how higher education is trying to address this issue.
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Together with the Vision for a European Education and COVID-19 crisis, which has heavily impacted education and training, has accelerated the change and provided a learning experience.
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This report, written by UNESCO, UNICEF and the World Bank, shows the findings of a survey on responses of educational organizations’ to the pandemic.
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European Education Area (EEA) To help EEA empower all young people across Europe to get benefit from the best education and training, and to seek employment.
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Early childhood education and care is a right of all children. The Government of Serbia has recognized that Quality ECEC programs play a critical role in laying the necessary foundation for skills development early on, and for narrowing the equity gap in education access and performance.
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BAKU, Azerbaijan — When Nanakhanum Azimova enrolled at a new school that opened in Baku last year, she was taking a leap of faith. Like many people with disabilities, her experience of school as a child was marred by social exclusion and stigma.
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Many preschool programs and childcare centers were slow to move online or didn’t offer virtual options at all caused a serious problem in early childhood education.
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Within the public debate on education during the COVID-19 pandemic UNICEF is organizing a series of meetings with relevant organizations to promote the inclusion of the voices of various groups, primarily students, parents and teachers.
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“When we are educated, we are the ones who can make change happen and make the world a better place.”
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UNHCR, the UN refugee agency has shared alerting news last week, saying that half of the refugee children are out of secondary school and the global pandemic has impacted their access to education severely. 
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Within the project "Teachers and students-volunteers for better educational outcomes of Roma children", with the support of the Roma Education Fund, the publication "Learning with children" was published, and this publication presents the collection of examples of good practice in providing addit
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UNHCR shared alerting news last week, saying that half of the refugee children are out of secondary school and the global pandemic has impacted their access to education severely. 
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This publication shows the results of the survey done by NFER (national foundation or educational research) on the responses of schools to Covid-19 in May. It’s primary focus is on the challenges faced by the schools once they are opened in September.
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Ella Selak Bagarić, a psychologist from the Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center, was a guest on the show, “Pogled preko granice” (“View across the border”), on HTV on 1 September 2020, to discuss the beginning of the school year during the COVID pandemic
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Mobile School NPO is a Belgian organisation dedicated to empowering autonomous organisations working with street-connected children throughout the world.
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According to the Education Policy Institute’s annual report on education in UK, for the first time in about 12 years, the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers has stopped narrowing and begun to grow.
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The Ministry of Education and Science through this guide determines the rules approved by the NIPH - National Institute of Public Health, under which the school year 2020/21 will begin.
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People knew and wrote a little about digital literacy until March when a microscopic creature came into life all over the world.
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Under the general guidance and direction of the UNICEF Education section and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, the consultants will be responsible for editing video lessons for students of elementary and secondary schools, including lessons in the languages of mino
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An amendment to the Public Education Act has introduced school guards as a new institution whose intended purpose is to protect teachers from acts of violence.
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On July 3, 2020, the parliament approved the establishment of the school guard institution, and it is already known that school guards will start their work at 491 locations. The Bagázs Association shares some thoughts about this subject in its blog post.
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This report analyses the impact of COVID-19 on the accessibility to education especially from the poorest and most marginalized children. The closure of schools for a lot of children also means the closure of safe places where they can have meals or get other social services.
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UNESCO published the 2020 Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report, which states that "quality education should be available to every young person in the world - regardless of gender, disability, ethnicity, identity, languag
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The second study report in the Misto Avilean project is the result of 45 interviews, 100 questionnaires, 20 infographics, summing up to 100 pages (in Romanian and English). The report develops mostly a practical approach, and less an academical one.
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National Children's Bureau states that lockdown and remote learning have affected the end of term as well at schools. The article gives advices to teachers how to cope with this unusual situation and how to support positive transitions to the next stage of students’ education.
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At present, it is difficult to find a kindergarten in Hungary where autistic children are admitted, although the founding documents of most institutions include the inclusion of children with special educational needs.
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"Theirworld's disability and inclusion consultant says inclusive education must be widened to include all learners regardless of background, identity and ability."
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Providing children with special needs a quality education is a matter of human rights. Inevitably, all of the barriers that hinder children from receiving an inclusive education must be removed.
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We are sharing Education Without Backpacks's report entitled Distance Learning Around the World and in Bulgaria: Chronology and Solutions for the Digitally Excluded Students (Currently available o
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This guide provides a restorative perspective to support the planning for the return to the classrooms, playgrounds and corridors of physical schools. It aims to help schools and the people within them to heal from what has happened, and to come back together stronger and healthier than before.
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The vast majority of British parents feel anxious about reopening schools, as the recent poll of the Observer reveals. School leaders are still struggling with finding the proper method of reopening. 
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Child in the city reported that UNICEF recently published guidelines called a roadmap towards the safe opening of the schools worldwide offering practical advice to national and local authorities on how to keep pupils, students and staff safe when they return.
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Education without Backpacks are looking for a Project Coordinator and Assistant to the Executive Director for their team to work directly and intensively with the Executive Director of the Association, as well as with the current Project Coordinators.
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The National Children’s Bureau in Northern Ireland has published an article to generate critical debate on the reopening of schools after lockdown.
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Though the #StillLearningcampaing, offered tools and activities during coronavirus, one billion children were stuck at home owing to closures.
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NPR (National Public Radio) in the US made a query concerning how children are handling Covid-19 stay-at-home measures. The results show that after weeks of lockdown, the mental health of young children appears to be suffering.
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Reuters reports on the decision of the Supreme Court in Hungary and the developments around the case of unlawfully segregated Roma children. The case
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During a session with House of Commons education members, president of Association of Directors of Children’s Services (ADCS) Jenny Coles, and Javed Khan, the chief executive of Barnardo’s, as well as others, presented their opinion on the current child care situation.
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The article goes about those important people who are working generally for us in the background. These people and their significant jobs and roles are rarely mentioned, though their services are important during the crisis.
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Remote education is difficult to adapt for schools and the most essential to meet students’ needs and make education as simple as possible. Please find below some suggestions from the various school solutions:
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This specific guidance for the reopening of preschool institutions and kindergartens, offers concrete steps that must be followed for the safe return of children to educational institutions.
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In an article published in The New York Times, children of all ages were asked about their home learning experiences. Each child chose words or created a drawing to express their feelings.
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Conditions in Greek refugee camps are not adequate for teaching, and hampering factors such as exploitation and abuse of unaccompanied boys and girls make it even more difficult. Today, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is even harder for children in these camps to learn.
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The Amalipe Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance conducted an online survey on ‘Distant learning: an opportunity for the development of education or a prerequisite for deepening educational inequalities’.
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Mayors from the Plovdiv region in Bulgaria have taken the initiative of ensuring worksheets reach children with disabilities in order for them to participate in distance learning during the current pandemic.
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March was a milestone in the history of education: 185 countries decided to close their schools. This rapid change brought both challenges and benefits. Former UK minister of state for schools, Jim Knight, and Vicki Phillips, former U.S.
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SKOPJE, North Macedonia — Irena Lozana knew something was wrong when her son Kan stopped talking and began to withdraw from other people, preferring to play alone.
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As the coronavirus spreads around the world, an increasing number of countries are deciding to close their schools and opt for remote learning.
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  Schools in Kosovo have been closed due to the situation created as a result of the COVID - 19 pandemic.
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The National Network for Children Bulgaria shared an article about sexual violence in Bulgaria, the victims' inability to be heard, and the poor or non-existent sex education in the country.
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As of 19 March, 110 countries have closed their schools due to coronavirus. That adds more than 890 million children affected by the pandemic to the 258 million young people who cannot attend school due to conflicts, natural disasters, poverty and discrimination.
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Parents feel more secure when their children decide to stay indoors instead of engaging in outdoor activities.
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Students get into university through litres of sweets and sleepless nights, however, some of the students are dropping soon after the first term. Excess stress and mental un-stability during university life are pushing them to take this drastic decision.
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A study, which investigates the feasibility of a Child Guarantee for children at risk of poverty, was discussed at a conference by the EU Commission on 17 February. The idea of a Child Guarantee comes from a previous proposal by the EU Parliament.
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The independent media platform for human rights journalism Marginalia.bg reported that the Commission for Protection against Discrimination (CPD) has sentenced the kindergarten "Zhelyazko Popnikolov" in Vidin, Bulgaria, the director of the kindergarten, as
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Barnardo’s Scotland new report "Supervision in Education – Healthier School for All" asserted that children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing will be better if we support the education staff by supervising them to improve their own mental health and wellbeing.
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Barnardo’s Scotland new report 'Supervision in Education – Healthier School for All' asserted that the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people will improve if we support educational staff by supervising them to improve their mental health and wellbeing.
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A lecturer in social work, Sue Cook, considers the uncomfortable questions about 'decolonizing' education and practice for an increasingly diverse world.
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The Bulgarian Ministry of Education and Science has assigned a study of the effectiveness of activities based on interests conducted during the second academic term of the 2018/2019 academic year and during the first term of the 2019/2020 academic year to the Know-How Center for Alternative Child
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The UN General Assembly launched the World Programme for Human Rights Education to develop knowledge and skills, to promote a framework for actions to be taken, and to strengthen collaboration at all levels.
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The National Network for Children Bulgaria reported that there are teachers willing to work with vulnerable students in Bulgaria, but only one teacher from the city of Shumen has been approved by the Ministry of Education under the Motivated Teachers program, which has a budget of 1.7 million BGN
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This advocacy brief from UNICEF highlights major disparities in the distribution of public education spending.
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England's National Department for Education announced last week the launch of the government's free sanitary product scheme. The nationwide program will ensure that young girls do not miss classes during their periods due to the inability to procure the necessary sanitary products.
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The National Network for Children Bulgaria informed that the "Our Money" (Bulgarian: “Нашите пари”) program which was launched in 2016 in Bulgaria will include more than 2050 students by the end of the 2019/2
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The Report on “Pre-University Education situation on preventing violent extremism” presents a summary of the views of the education staff on the existence of mechanisms that guarantee the safety of children at school, their forms and effectiveness in resolving violent radicalization cases, as wel
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This booklet details what young people would like to learn about at school, based on a survey of the Jam and Justice group survey results in UK:
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The European Youth Event (EYE) is a two-day programme for young people (aged 16 to 30) who want to learn with others and share their views on many topics.
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Mental wellbeing and health are the most important entity to become all-around developed children. Rachel Wright, a blogger and author, wants to stop schools in giving out attendance awards. She posted four simple reasons about her son will not collect a 100% attendance award.
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This report examines the steps needed to shift learning content and experience towards the skills that will be needed and describes many promising models of quality education for the Fourth Industrial Revolution -“Education 4.0”.
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Broad educational support for children with special needs is fundamental. In England and Wales, for example, councils can create educational, health and care plans (EHCPs) for children with disabilities.
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Ukraine signed the Safe Schools Declaration, the 100th country to do so, in November.
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Growing inequality affects children’s access to healthcare and education; poverty continues to remain persistently high among children (24%), compared to the adult population (22%).
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In Ireland, a 17-year-old girl, Suaad, who is a refugee from Syria, received a scholarship to further her studies due to her excellent grades. 
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According to the 1951 UN Refugee Convention, states have committed to provide access to education to every child, regardless of his or her migratory status. However, crossing the doorstep of a school is not enough.
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Findings of a research conducted by the Irish Department of Education show gender gap exists between young girls and boys as well, regarding the opportunities to choose STEM subjects in schools.
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There are many Romani children in Hungary, who drop out of school at the age of 16. According to the law, this is when they are not bound to stay in school anymore.
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Assess the progress of EU Member States in implementing the European Commission ‘Recommendation on Investing in Children: Breaking the Cycle of Disadvantage’ and the ‘European Pillar of Social Rights’ (particularly Principle 11). Evaluate the extent to whic
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Educational poverty is defined as the deprivation of the ability to learn, experiment, develop and freely develop skills, talents and aspirations.
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Last school year took place in the program called "School after school". After evaluation, the Cluj-Napoca municipality considered it successful in all aspects and plans to extend the program to other schools in the following years.
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The streets in Warsaw, Poland were crowded with people protesting against a new bill that the government is planning to pass.
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The process of social inclusion of Roma communities at the European level is manifold and requires joint efforts of policymakers from all political spectrums.
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The Wellbeing Award for Schools provides formal recognition that a school has met very high standards of provision for emotional wellbeing and mental health.
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'School for All', a Croatian civil society initiative, organized a protest rally in Zagreb on September 15th, demanding Croatian authorities employ more school assistants to ensure the inclusion of children with disabilities in the educational process.
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The document is published by The UN Refugee Agency, the United Nations Children’s Fund and the International Organization for Migration to analyse the situation of refugee, migrant and asylum-seeking children regards education. The document refers to data available as of December 2018.
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The UN Refugee Agency, the United Nations Children’s Fund, and the International Organization for Migration warn European states to increase the resources and prac