Not Educating Girls Costs Countries Trillions of Dollars, Says New World Bank Report

Limited educational opportunities for girls and barriers to completing 12 years of education cost countries between $15 trillion and $30 trillion in lost lifetime productivity and earnings, says a new World Bank report launched ahead of the July 12...

Parliament approves €500 million for schooling of refugee children in Turkey

MEPs said yes to continuing to pay the salaries of over 5,000 teachers, who so far have provided education to over 300,000 refugee children in Turkey.

Italy: EIB provides 95 million euros for the expansion of LUISS University

The EU bank is supporting the five-year investment plan of the Italian LUISS University with95 million euros. A first loan tranche of 50 million euro has been signed in Rome in the presence of EIB Vice-President Dario Scannapieco, the LUISS Managing...

World Bank Provides $700 Million to Improve Primary Education in Bangladesh

The World Bank, on Jun 14, approved $700 million to improve the primary education sector in Bangladesh. The Quality Learning for All Program (QLEAP) will benefit more than 18 million children studying in pre-primary level to grade 5. It will finance...

Civil Society Organizations Present Findings of Education Policy Evaluations

More than 140 representatives from the education departments of Ulaanbaatar city districts, as well as directors and principals of secondary schools, gathered on June 11, 2018 to discuss the findings of an evaluation of policies for secondary...

Preventing anti-semitism through education: UNESCO and OSCE launch first guide for education community


OSCE Mission to Skopje-supported project brings together students from different communities through workshops on ecology and nature preservation

Participants of the project sponsored by the OSCE-supported grants programme, the Building Bridges Fund, Skopje, 5 June 2018.

Aid to education reached all time high in 2016

Addressing some 60 Ministers of Education at the Ministerial Conference of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) in Paris on 23 May, UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay, announced the findings saying that, “the increase is a positive sign that...