According to the United Nations, more than 265 million boys and girls are not in school. Even though the last decade has seen school enrolment rates grow and the illiteracy level decline, especially among women and girls, there are still 57 million boys and girls of primary school age who are out of school.
- Gloria Angulo, international development consultant, specialising in the fields of education and women's rights
- Víctor M. Rodríguez Muñoz, director of the Education Division of FUHEM
- Berta Iglesias Varela, Spanish language and literature teacher, IES Vallecas Magerit. Marea Verde
Coordinated by: Coordinadora de ONGD-España
01 March 2018Talks SOS Sustainable Development: Moving Ahead and Leaving No One Behind
Our current model of growth and progress leaves millions of people behind (…)
04 April 2018Talks New poverties or new social risks?
Poverty isn’t just a lack of income (…)
09 May 2018Talks Ending Hunger: Unlimited Production or a New System?
Land grabbing, import practices, GMO monocropping and inordinate pressure on natural resources are not promoting (…)
12 December 2018Talks Action, Reaction: Have We Gotten Used to Climate Change?
It’s not coming, it’s already here. Alarm bells are sounding across the globe (…)