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Pricing the right to education

New paper reveals US$22 billion funding gap

Pricing the right to education: The cost of reaching new targets by 2030,” launched on 11 March, outlines the financial obligations that must be met to achieve the post-2015 sustainable development goals for education.

These new goals focus on ensuring universal pre-primary, primary and lower-secondary quality education for all. In order for them to be achieved, governments and international aid organisations must bridge an annual US$22 billion funding gap.

This policy paper comes ahead of the launch of the main report – Education for All 2000-2015: Achievements and Challenges – on the 9 of April, which will include detailed recommendations for the post-2015 education framework. 

Gender-based violence

A new paper, “School-related gender-based violence is preventing the achievement of quality education for all,” calls for more gender disaggregated monitoring of this issue. Read more.

Post-2015 education

Another new paper out earlier this month, “Where do the proposed education targets fall short?” emphasises the need for specific and relevant education targets. Read the paper.

The 2015 Report launch

Find out more about the global launches in New Delhi, Paris and New York on the 9 of April, as well as regional launches taking place all over the world.  Sign up for an event.
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