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UNICEF: Promoting education for indigenous people in Malaysian Borneo

UNICEF: Promoting education for indigenous people in Malaysian Borneo

Twenty years ago, the Convention on the Rights of the Child became the first international convention to affirm human rights for all children.    In this video, Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan, UNICEF's Eminent Advocate for Children, speaks about the right of all girls and boys to realize their full potential through education.    To learn more, visit: http://www.unicef.org/rightsite/index.html

Queen Rania Al Abdullah she is an example of a solutionary. She started by helping children especially girls who are showing lack of education. She solved the problem by doing campaigns around the world to spread a higher quality education for children.

Shilpi (age 10)  ---  Shilpi (left) and a friend embellish a luxury saree with beads in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Shilpi attends a local UNICEF-supported school in addition to spending three to four hours each day on embroidering, helping to ease the workload of her mother, who struggles to provide for her five children. Each of Shilpi’s siblings work in an informal garment factory – also play a vital role in the family’s survival. © UNICEF/Shehzad Noorani

Shilpi (age Shilpi (left) and a friend embellish a luxury saree with beads in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Shilpi attends a local UNICEF-supported school in addition to spending three to.

We must end child marriage. Are you with us?   ---  Then please SHARE this amazing short film from UNICEF Pakistan, ‘My Life, My Right, End Child Marriage’.    Every day, more than 25,000 girls are robbed of their childhood by being forced to get married before they turn 18. On October 11, 2012, on the first ever International Day of the Girl Child, millions of us said this harmful practice must end.     Read more: http://www.unicef.org/protection/57929_66167.html

On the occasion of the inaugural International Day of the Girl Child, a UNICEF public service message from Pakistan calls for an end to child marriage.

These schools in Guatemala support indigenous children who otherwise would have no opportunity to receive an education.

There is secondary school education in Guatemala just like in the United States.

Mobility and Migration in Asian Pacific Higher Education (International and Development Education) by Kazuo Kuroda. $60.58. 252 pages. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (July 3, 2012)

Mobility and Migration in Asian Pacific Higher Education (International and Development Education) by Kazuo Kuroda. $60.58. 252 pages. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (July 3, 2012)

Study Guide for Student-Centered Coaching > Diane Sweeney

Study Guide for Student-Centered Coaching > Diane Sweeney

International Educator Interviews: Kim in Dubai

International Educator Interviews: Kim in Dubai

International School, School Counselor, Interview, Dubai

International Education Week Photo Exhibit  November 12-16, 2012

International Education Week Photo Exhibit November 12-16, 2012

International Education : Its History and Promise for Today

International Education : Its History and Promise for Today

Learning out of Poverty Infographic

"Learning Out of Poverty:" education is foundational to human development and has a clear multiplier effect with benefits in health, broad-based economic growth, and poverty reduction. Road reference again.

UNICEF: Using folklore to promote education in Malaysia

TASIK CINI, Malaysia, 17 June 2008 -- Assembled around a village elder, members of the younger generation listen to tales of their ancestors.

UNICEF: Schools for Asia

"Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world." - The new UNICEF Schools for Asia initiative, building on the success of Schools for .

UNICEF: Back to School for Undocumented Children in Sabah

A ray of hope is emerging for many of the undocumented boys and girls in the village of Kg Numbak Sabah, including old Benhal bin Muljibin.

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