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After their schools were burnt by unidentified men, Kashmiri students struggle to study in classrooms with broken roofs and windows, blackened walls.

Schools should be safe spaces for children, even amid armed conflict.

More than 150,000 children are unable to go to school due to a lack of security in northern and central Mali.

New Human Rights Watch report documents coalition attacks in March on a school housing displaced families in Mansourah.

Malala’s Courage Should Prompt UK to Step Up

Naxals damaged a school and a community health centre being constructed in Chhattisgarhs insurgency-hit Narayanpur district.

By endorsing the Declaration, which is an intergovernmental commitment to protect schools, universities, students, and teachers from attack in armed conflict, the government of Burkina Faso has joined 18 of its fellow African Union member states.

Protecting education during war is not easy, the challenge is multifaceted and yet it is essential.

With over 245 million children estimated to be living in conflict zones, a whole generation is at risk of missing out on education due to the effects of conflict.

Three educational facilities for Palestinian children in the West Bank, occupied Palestine, have been demolished or damaged by Israeli authorities in less than two weeks, just when children were meant to return to school from summer holidays.

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