The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the UN’s most prominent initiative for improving social and economic conditions in the world’s most impoverished nations, offer a comprehensive strategy for ending poverty and hunger; combating HIV/AIDS; universal education; gender equality; child and maternal health; environmental sustainability; and global partnership-building.
Reuters/Khaled Abdullah - Boys attend a class at a school, used as a temporary shelter for internally displaced people (IDPs), in the southern Yemeni port city of Aden June 20, 2012.
Post-2015 education goals need to be realistic, and will require drastic change
April 14, 2015, Liesbet Steer
Following the launch of UNESCO's Global Monitoring Report (GMR) report, Liesbet Steer highlights three education goals needed to achieve the “drastic change” the report recommends.
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Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development, Africa Growth Initiative
Nonresident Fellow, Global Economy and Development, Center for Universal Education
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy
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