Valerie Karigitho, East African Centre for Human Rights,
Learn about the core obligation set forth by the Abidjan Principles, the need for states to prioritize the funding and provision of free, quality, public education, and the latest work in Kenya with the East African Centre for Human Rights (EACHRights).
In early 2020, as education systems around the world began to close as a result of the growing COVID-19 pandemic, it quickly became apparent that our individual and collective responses, as with all emergencies, would occur in two phases: response and recovery.
See here to read about GCE-US Senior Fellow, Shruti Nallappa's experience and obeservations with helping her little brother at home during COVID-19 and resources that provide support to educators, students and families who are working with children on the autism spectrum during the pandemic.
The Global Campaign for Education-US (GCE-US) thanks Congresswoman Nita Lowey for her decades of dedication to international basic education. She will retire from Congress in January after 32 years of service. Read here to learn about her accomplishments and how you can also thank her!
Read here to learn about how opening schools again in the midst of COVID-19 can disproportionately impact students from low-income households. GCE-US Fellow, Shruti Nallappa discusses the consequences of reopenings in New York City.