Protecting education from attack: Recommendations and new resources
Reducing the incidence of attacks on education and bringing perpetrators to justice is critical to the safety and development of individuals and communities affected by conflict and insecurity. An international seminar convened by UNESCO from 28 September to 1 October this year brought together a range of actors, including education, protection and legal experts, to take critical stock of existing research and practice, identify opportunities to strengthen monitoring and reporting, increase accountability and encourage rigourous research to address these issues.
The recommendations from this event and a collation of new resources on this topic were shared on the INEE Listserv. To access the entire message click here.
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