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Introducing the GEM Report!

The Global Education Monitoring Report is born

From today, we are formally changing our name to become the GEM Report: the Global Education Monitoring Report. This change reflects the Report’s new mandate to monitor progress towards the international education targets until 2030 as outlined in the Framework for Action 2030.

The Report will continue as an editorially independent, authoritative, and evidence-based annual report published by UNESCO. Drawing on a well-tested model and 12 years accumulated experience, it will continue to serve as an invaluable global resource and advocacy tool, promoting informed dialogue and increasing public awareness about progress and challenges in education.

Please help ensure our new name is communicated to your networks so that the reputation of the GMR flows smoothly across to the GEM

> Read more about the new brand

Share your views - #EducationWeWant

To celebrate our new Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report name and logo, we are launching a new campaign, #EducationWeWant. We want to know which of the seven education targets supporting the global education goal are most important to you.

Countries will need to decide which of the 169 targets in the Sustainable Development Agenda they’re going to prioritise in their national plans. Help them do so, by selecting which three of the education targets you think should be prioritised in your country. The seven bars in our new logo will change to reflect the popularity of the votes around the world.

Let us know which you put first and help get as many people as possible to give us their views by sharing on Facebook and Twitter using #EducationWeWant and @GEMReport.

> Vote now
New Spanish blog
We’ve just launched a new blog - the "Blog de la Educación Mundial" - for our Spanish speaking audience in Latin America and the Caribbean and elsewhere. It will contain posts with exclusive content specific to the LAC region. Please help spread the word among your networks. 

> Read the blog
2016 Report launch 
The first in the new GEM Report series will launch in September this year. It will design a framework for monitoring the global education targets from now until 2030 as well as also examining the complex interrelationships and links between education and key development sectors. 

> More about the Report
Coming soon....
The GEM Report will be releasing its first policy paper in 2016 on access to and financing of textbooks.
The paper will be released to coincide with the World Economic Forum in Davos at the end of January. 
Contact the GEM Report to find out more.

See previous policy papers

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