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2011 Education for All Global Monitoring Report

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03.03.2011

‘The hidden crisis: Armed conflict and education’ documents the devastating effects of armed conflict on education, cautioning the world that it is not on track to achieve the six internationally-agreed Education for All goals by 2015. With much progress made, most of the goals will still be missed by a wide margin, particularly in conflict-affected countries.

The UNESCO comissioned report examines the widespread human rights abuses keeping children out of school. Armed conflict is destroying not just school infrastructure, but also the hopes and ambitions of generations of children.

The Global Monitoring Report is an annual publication prepared by an independent team based at UNESCO. The UIS is a key member of the EFA monitoring team, providing statistical annexes and analysis which lay the foundations for the report.

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For more information, visit the 2011 Global Monitoring Report webpage.