Blog: Education

Introducing the 2018 Send My Friend to School Campaign Champions

6 April 2018

Last week, I joined 24 young people and 12 teachers in Doncaster for the Send My Friend to School 2018 Campaign Champions training weekend, alongside 3 other members of staff from the Send My Friend coalition. This year, the Send My Friend to School campaign, which RESULTS is a part of, is calling on the UK government to make schools safe by signing the...

Make Schools Safe

7 February 2018

The 2018 Send My Friend To School campaign to Make Schools Safe launches today!

The Send My Friend to School campaign, which RESULTS is a part of, is a coalition of over 20 organisations and teaching unions, working to ensure every child gets a quality education. This year, we will be joining Send My Friend to call on the UK Government to tackle many of the safety issues that children face in schools around the world by signing and...

A year of action for global education

1 February 2018

The last year has been a lively year in British politics. Parliament triggered Article 50, the country voted (again) in a dramatic general election and, to top it off, the Cabinet had a row over chlorinated chicken. But throughout it all, campaigners across the country have been fighting to make sure that global education remains firmly on the political agenda.

The long-awaited Global Partnership for Education (GPE) replenishment takes place tomorrow in Dakar, Senegal. As world...

Education that leaves no one behind

24 January 2018

Chris Woodgates, member of our Brighton RESULTS group, discusses the Global Partnership for Education and the importance of educating children with disabilities. Chris is based in Brighton and is currently studying for a BA in Anthropology at the University of Sussex. This blog was first posted on the RESULTS Brighton blog.

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January conference call

11 January 2018

A recording of the January grassroots conference call is no w available. We were joined on the call by Nafisa Baboo, Senior Advisor on Inclusive Education at Light for the World , an international disability and development organisation which works for an inclusive society where no one is left behind...

Learning Without Limits: Improving Access to Quality Education

28 November 2017

This guest blog post was first published by RESULTS Canada on 17 November, 2017.

It’s a warm, sunny afternoon in Nairobi, Kenya as I pull up to Cheleta Primary School on the back of a motorbike. I’m greeted by a brightly painted cement gate that has the school’s vision written in bold black letters: A school without learning limits. As I climb off the...

Access to a quality education is the best way to disrupt the cycle of poverty. My story is proof.

20 November 2017

This guest blog post is by Rachel Azalenko-Akouete, RESULTS Real Change Fellow and Group Leader of RESULTS Madison, USA. She is a Public Health Nurse, and a Master of Public Health candidate at the University of Wisconsin. This post was first published on www.results.org on 3 October 2017.

I can’t tell my story without first telling my parents story. My family is originally from Togo, a small country...

November conference call

8 November 2017

A recording of the November grassroots conference call is now available. We were joined on th e call by Tony Baker, Associate Director for Global Education at RESULTS Educational Fund. Tony talked us through the importance of the Global Partnership for Education (on whose Board he sits) in helping children around the world into school, as an essential part of achieving Global Goal 4 ('inclusive and equitable quality education for...

You can't study if you're hungry

10 October 2017

RESULTS UK recently led a delegation of four parliamentarians to Tanzania to visit programmes working to improve nutrition and education. We were joined by Roberta Blackman-Woods MP , Lord David Watts , Henry Smith MP , and David Linden MP , members of parliament from the three...

Advocacy on global development at the World Bank

1 August 2017

Volunteer campaigners Ellie Wason and Hannah Lathan have just attended the RESULTS International Conference (22-25 July) in Washington DC, as part of which they took part in an advocacy meeting at the World Bank.

At the grassroots advocacy level, lobbying our local MPs in the UK, it is easy to feel a disconnect with international processes in the development world, especially when organisations such as the United Nations and the World Bank are based in the US....

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