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Insecurity Insight, July 2, 2019
Education in Danger: Insecurity Insight Monthly News Brief

Insecurity Insight’s monthly digest comprises threats and incidents of violence as well as protests and other events affecting education.

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GCPEA PRESS RELEASE, May 26, 2019
Education suffered over 14,000 armed attacks in last 5 years

GCPEA released the new data on the eve of the fourth anniversary of the Safe Schools Declaration.

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New York Times, May 20, 2019
Attacks on Girls’ Schools on the Rise as Taliban Make Gains

“Today they blow up school buildings. Tomorrow will they attack students?”

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GCPEA PRESS RELEASE, May 20, 2019
Democratic Republic of Congo: Girls’ Lives Shattered by Attacks on Schools

Armed groups attacked hundreds of schools in the Kasai region of central Democratic Republic of Congo during the 2016-17 conflict, said GCPEA in a report released today

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Insecurity Insight, May 17, 2019
Education in Danger: Insecurity Insight Monthly News Brief

Insecurity Insight’s monthly digest comprises threats and incidents of violence as well as protests and other events affecting education.

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GCPEA PRESS RELEASE, April 18, 2019
UN Security Council Debate on Sexual Violence in Conflict should highlight the Safe Schools Declaration as a protective tool

The United Nations Security Council should support specific actions to protect students and teachers from the widespread use of sexual violence

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GCPEA PRESS RELEASE, April 17, 2019
Republic of Moldova is 86th country to endorse Safe Schools Declaration

Moldova’s endorsement comes as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain prepares to host the Third International Conference on Safe Schools.

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Al Jazeera, April 6, 2019
Saudi-led air raids ‘kill at least 11 civilians’ in Yemen’s Sanaa

Most of the victims were students killed in the bombing of houses and a school.

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BBC News, March 10, 2019
Burkina Faso – the country where it’s too dangerous to go to school

Worsening and spreading insecurity in the country is taking a deep toll on children.

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Al-Fanar Media, March 4, 2019
Conference on Aid to Yemen Highlights Support for Education

Hundreds of schools have been destroyed in the four years of fighting.

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UNICEF, February 26, 2019
School closures in the Sahel double in the last two years due to growing insecurity

Worsening violence across Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger disrupts education for more than 400,000 children.

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GCPEA PRESS RELEASE, February 25, 2019
Fiji is 84th country to join the Safe Schools Declaration

Fiji’s endorsement comes ahead of the Third International Conference on Safe Schools, hosted by Spain.

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GCPEA PRESS RELEASE, February 22, 2019
Pledging Conference Provides Opportunity to Safeguard Yemen’s Future by Protecting Education from Attack

Attacks on education in Yemen are exacerbating an already devastating crisis for education, said GCPEA in a briefing paper released today.

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Insecurity Insight , February 22, 2019
Education in Danger: Insecurity Insight Monthly News Brief

Insecurity Insight’s monthly digest comprises threats and incidents of violence as well as protests and other events affecting education.

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GCPEA PRESS RELEASE, January 30, 2019
Haiti is 83rd Country to Endorse Safe Schools Declaration

The Government of Haiti has endorsed the Safe Schools Declaration, becoming the 83rd country to commit to continuing safe education during armed conflict.

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Human Rights Watch, January 11, 2019
Syria: Deadly School Attack Was Unlawful

“The school was the target.”

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Human Rights Watch, January 10, 2019
Thailand: Insurgents Bomb School, Attack Hospital

On the morning of January 8, insurgents detonated a bomb outside Thairath Wittaya School 52 in Pattani province’s Yarang district, severely wounding a 12-year-old student.

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GCPEA PRESS RELEASE, December 3, 2018
Bolivia 82nd Country To Endorse Safe Schools Declaration

Bolivia has become the 82nd country to endorse the Safe Schools Declaration.

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GCPEA PRESS RELEASE, November 27, 2018
Increasing insecurity and a significant rise in school attacks puts almost two decades of progress at risk for Afghan children

Attacks on Education in Afghanistan is being released to coincide with the Geneva Ministerial Conference on Afghanistan.

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Equal Times, November 20, 2018
As the war rages on in eastern Ukraine, schoolchildren on the front line are learning to be resilient

When the war between pro-Russian separatists and the government in Kiev broke out in the winter of 2014, schools found themselves on the front line.

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