SUMMA takes part in the United Nations General Assembly in New YorkSeptember 20, 2017
United Nations says “the world is facing an alarming education crisis. Today, 264 million children and adolescents are not in school. Only 1 in 12 young people in low-income countries is on track to gain secondary level skills. Despite some progress in achieving gender equality, in the worlds’ poorest countries, far more girls are still denied an education than boys”.
Javier González, Director of SUMMA, participated in the “Financing the Future: Education 2030” event organized by the governments of Norway, France, Malawi and Senegal, jointly with the Education Commission, Global Partnership for Education, Malala Fund, ONE Campaign, UNICEF, and UNESCO.
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In the photo: Gordon Brown, Special Representative
of the Secretary-General for Global Education of the UN
and Javier González, Director of SUMMA.
Pictures from @educommission