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An emergency fund to provide education during conflicts and natural disasters has been launched at the World Humanitarian Summit.

The impact of conflict, violence and displacement on education in Iraq has been nothing short of devastating

A new fund which aims to raise more than $3.8 billion for children's education in war zones and natural disasters has been launched on Monday at the first ever World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul.

Briefing at the Open Session of the African Union Peace and Security Council

UNICEF UK is calling on the UK Government to sign up to the Safe Schools Declaration, sending a clear message to the world that schools must not be attacked or occupied for military purposes.

Leila Zerrougui addresses the African Union Open Session on Children and Armed Conflict

One of the missing Chibok girls has been found in Nigeria, activists say, the first to be rescued since their capture two years ago.

The Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack aims to participate at the High-Level Leaders’ Roundtable entitled “Uphold the norms that safeguard humanity” at the official segment of the Summit.

Today, one in four children between the ages of 6 and 15 living in conflict areas are missing out on their education.

Some 462 million children live in countries in crisis, their schools often under attack or destroyed. Yet the UK has not signed the safe schools declaration.

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