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On 8-9 November 2023, the UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) celebrated its 60th anniversary with a two-day symposium that brought together over 1400 experts, policymakers, planners, and representatives from UNESCO Member States both in person and online.
When education is free of corruption, and a strong culture of transparency and accountability prevails, doors can open for millions of children and youth worldwide. They can access their right to quality education. To accelerate, how can the education sector join forces with civil society organizations?
Education Out Loud grantees from Tanzania, Cambodia, and Zimbabwe explain how.
Marginalized populations typically shoulder the burden of corruption. In the education sector, this means there is often a gender component when it comes to both understanding and addressing the impacts of corruption.
During the week of 20 February, IIEP participated in the annual CIES conference to share the latest of our work on transparency and accountability measures in education. CIES 2023 was organized in a blended format around the theme: ‘Improving Education for a More Equitable World’.
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