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Articles

  1. Fighting the commercialisation of education 16 March 2022

    World Bank to exit investment in for-profit school chain Bridge International Academies

    Education International (EI) welcomes the decision from the World Bank’s private sector arm, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), to stop investing in the for-profit chain of schools, Bridge International Academies. The IFC had invested more than US$ 10 million in Bridge International Academies operations in Africa and supported the company's...

    World Bank to exit investment in for-profit school chain Bridge International Academies
  2. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 6 July 2021

    Nigeria: Education unions call for the immediate release of students after new attack

    Education International condemns the kidnapping of 140 students by gunmen in northwest Nigeria Kaduna state and urges public authorities to ensure their safe return to their families and communities. EI reiterates that schools must be safe havens, free from violence and intimidation.

    Nigeria: Education unions call for the immediate release of students after new attack
  3. Trade union rights are human rights 5 March 2021

    Nigeria: students and schools must be protected from attacks

    Attacks from armed groups against schools and students have been increasing in the last months in Nigeria, where kidnapping for ransom is a widespread criminal enterprise. Nigerian authorities must act swiftly to protect the right to education of children, especially girls.

    Nigeria: students and schools must be protected from attacks
  4. Union growth 17 December 2020

    Nigeria: Education International calls for immediate release of students kidnapped by jihadist group

    On 13 December, at least 600 teenagers were kidnapped by Boko Haram at the Government Science Secondary School in Kankara, Katsina State, northwest Nigeria. Education International, the global union federation representing educators, has joined the international community in calling for the safe release of the 300 teenagers still in captivity.

    Nigeria: Education International calls for immediate release of students kidnapped by jihadist group
All articles: Nigeria

Development Cooperation Projects

  1. Leadership Training

    Host organizations
    Nigeria Union of Teachers
    Cooperating organizations
    NASUWT
    Countries
    Nigeria
    Start date
    3 November 2019
    End date
    8 November 2019
    Leadership Training
All Development Cooperation Projects: Nigeria

Resources

Name Date Type Lang

The bedrock of inclusion: why investing in the education workforce is critical to the delivery of SDG4

The bedrock of inclusion
12 August 2021 file Download
Ethiopia study
12 August 2021 file Download
Malawi study
12 August 2021 file Download
Mozambique study (English)
12 August 2021 file Download
Mozambique study (Portuguese)
12 August 2021 file Download
Nigeria study
12 August 2021 file Download

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