Activity Handbook geared towards teacher patrons to work with primary-age students on building a positive school climate and preventing school-related gender-based violence. It supports primary school teams for pupils called the Uganda Kids Unite or ‘UKU’ program.
Ce guide s’adresse à tous les professionnels de l’enseignement fondamental et secondaire, ordinaire et spécialisé des établissements scolaires de tous les réseaux, qu’ils soient chefs d’établissement, enseignants, éducateurs, mais également agents PMS.
In response to a global policy effort to increase school enrollment, in 1994 Malawi became one of the first low-income countries to eliminate primary school fees.
The guide is designed for administrators and the staff of primary and secondary general education and vocational education schools. It provides information on the nature, causes and consequences of violence and bullying in schools.
The guide provides references to all national laws and sectoral policies related to child protection and violence prevention and response in educational institutions.
The guide is designed for administrators and the staff of primary, gymnasium and lyceum level general education institutions and secondary and post-secondary professional (vocational) education institutions.
School violence and bullying occurs throughout the world and affects a significant proportion of children and adolescents. It not only negatively impacts their educational outcomes, but harms their physical health and emotional well-being.
The project set out to develop and pilot a survey tool, which second-level schools can use to evaluate the positivity of their school climate and culture in relation to attitudes towards difference and diversity, with specific reference to LGBT identity.
An 8 page leaflet explaining the background of the creation of the LGBTQI Inclusive Education Index by IGLYO to support national governments and civil society organisations within the Council of Europe to ensure the right to education for all.
In 2016 Stonewall commissioned the Centre for Family Research at the University of Cambridge to conduct a survey with young people who are lesbian, gay, bi or trans (or think they might be) on their experiences in secondary schools and colleges across Britain.