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Denmark has become the 64th country to join a rapidly expanding community of states committed to protecting education during armed conflict.

Education should not be an accepted or inevitable casualty of war.

Another concern was the high number of attacks on schools and teachers, especially the increase since 2015 of such attacks in indigenous communities.

Since the South Sudanese civil war began in December 2013, one in three schools have been attacked by armed forces, according to a recent report by the South Sudan Education Cluster.