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Advances in COVID-19 science, particularly the rapid development of viable vaccines, have reinvigorated discussions around HIV prevention and treatment.
The objective of this conference jointly organized by the World Bank and IDEA at CERGE-EI is to document the size and determinants of the learning loss brought about by school closures, identify policy options to reverse these losses and set the bases of a more resilient education system.
UNESCO and UNFPA, on behalf of the Global Partnership Forum on Comprehensive Sexuality Education, will host this 3-day International Virtual Symposium that aims to consolidate knowledge management and share strategic information, good practice and research to inform stronger programming on Comprehensive Sexuality Education.
UNLIREC, SALIENT and UNESCO invite representatives of the public sectors of education, citizen security, children, and youth, as well as representatives of school entities, civil society organizations, and specialists working on school violence prevention issues to join a Webinar to encourage dialogue to address and prevent violence in schools.
The Commission on Mental Health and COVID-19 is a strategic group of leaders and thinkers from across the Americas to support the Organization and its Member States in improving and strengthening mental health across the Americas, both during the pandemic and in the future.
The webinar is part of a series hosted through the Global Partnership for Action to Eliminate All Forms of HIV-related Stigma and Discrimination, and organized in collaboration with UNESCO, the Global Network of Young People Living with HIV (Y+ Global) and the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+).
Teen pregnancies can significantly impede girls’ rights to education. Currently, an estimated 1 million pregnant girls or young mothers in Africa alone are at risk of having their educational aspirations thwarted, and even in countries with positive reentry and continuation policies, comprehensive policies and practices are still needed to respond to these young women’s specific needs.
This webinar aims to contribute to the strengthening of a comprehensive multi-sectoral response to young people during the pandemic and in the recovery phase with the goal to reduce the short-, medium-, and long-term consequences of COVID-19 for young people in the Americas, particularly those living in conditions of vulnerability.
UNESCO Harare Office organizes a regional webinar to launch the Connect with Respect toolkit - a classroom programme addressing school-related gender-based violence - for Eastern and Southern Africa.
The webinar is open to stakeholders from Eastern and Southern Africa as well as to others outside of the region who are interested in attending.
Recognizing the outstanding political commitments African countries have made towards school feeding, the two-day virtual celebration will contribute to spurring the implementation of Home-Grown School Feeding programmes continent-wide, through the formulation of concrete actions and national commitments.
Many countries have school meal programmes to ensure food security and nutrition and support the ability of children to learn. An outcome from the UN Food Systems Summit (UNFSS) was the launch of the School Meals Coalition: Nutrition, Health and Education for Every Child supported by several OECD countries.