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The unknown attackers planted the explosives in the school building which detonated with a loud bang, completely destroying Government Primary School, Sultan Khel.

En marzo de este año, la Coalición Global para la Protección de la Educación bajo Ataque, publicó la lista de los treinta países cuyos sistemas educativos se encuentran en situación de emergencia debido a la violencia. Ahí está México, en la categoría de “fuertemente afectado”, habiendo contado entre 500 y 900 ataques a escuelas, maestros y estudiantes desde el 2009.

As classrooms opened for another season of learning this year, far too many students and teachers in conflict-affected areas returned to school filled with dread and fear of possible attack, instead of anticipation and excitement for the coming term.

They’re going to need an extra-big stage in Oslo this year.

When Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai pick up their Nobel Peace Prizes, there are going to be a lot of other winners standing alongside them.

UN Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict Presents her Annual Report to the General Assembly

The increase in attacks against schools and hospitals is a call for all to better protect these facilities and to adopt concrete measures to deter the military use of schools.

First doused with gasoline, then set alight, six schools were engulfed in flames in Thailand’s southern province of Pattani on Sunday. Flames consumed textbooks, furniture, classrooms, and dreams.

The Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack (GCPEA) congratulates Pakistani education activist, Malala Yousafzai, and Indian child rights activist, Kailash Satyarthi, for winning the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize.

Recognizes Courage on Behalf of Children Everywhere

The awarding of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize to the 17-year-old activist Malala Yousafzai honors students around the world...

The application from an Iraqi university professor to the Scholar Rescue Fund was chilling. It described how he had been pressured relentlessly by a local militia to promote its agenda in his publications.

Mexican police killed three trainee teachers, shot another in the head and another in the face, and herded dozens more into police trucks to what investigators fear was a massacre on a remote hillside, survivors of the incident say.

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