Take Action: This September Let Your Voice Be Heard!
Reach out to your members of Congress today! The U.S. government recently committed to decrease funding levels to the Global Partnership for Education, but advocates like you make a vital difference in showing policymakers how important it is to not cut funding for education. Your advocacy voice is critical, especially right now when Senators are making funding decisions.
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Global Education Partnerships & Advocacy
August 31 Coalition Meeting:
Last week we met and heard from the Global Partnership for Education, UN Girls' Education Initiative, AMPLIFY Girls, and Magis Americas, to learn more about the fantastic work they are doing to advocate for quality, inclusive education for learners across the globe. If you are interested in joining our next coalition meeting, please RSVP here.
Inclusive Education & Early Childhood Community of Practice August 18:
The Inclusive Education and Early Childhood Community of Practice met to discuss new reports, tools, and future initiatives to build inclusive societies through inclusive early childhood education for children with disabilities. If you are interested in joining the Community of Practice, click here.
International Youth Day (August 12):
This year, events to celebrate International Youth Day 2021 took place all around the world. We heard from youth advocates and together increased legislative co-sponsors and policymaker support for the Girls LEAD Act.
World Humanitarian Day (August 19):
This year, the theme for World Humanitarian Day highlighted the immediate consequences of the climate emergency for the world’s most vulnerable people and advocated to ensure that their voices are heard, especially in the lead up to the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in November.