Does e-learning address challenges of education systems worldwide?

Guest Blog by Emma Whitelock, CEO of Linking Education and Disability Scotland “Thanks to a nomination from Soroptimist International, I had the enormous privilege of giving a presentation and being part of a panel session on the subject of, ‘Does e-learning address challenges of education systems worldwide?’ at the 2016 International UNESCO

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I want to build a school

A blog by Sian Kent, SI Bangor and District in North Wales.
“I want to build a school “– these were words spoken by Albert Mwansa (a local teacher), as he stood on a bare hill overlooking the village of Mkushi in Central Province, Zambia.

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Is Wonder Woman really that wonderful?

A Blog by SI UN Representative Bette Levy.
“Everybody got really fired up following the startling announcement from the UN, which came right on the heels of the appointment of Mr Guterres as Secretary-General, that Wonder Woman was to be named the Honorary Ambassador of the Empowerment for Women & Girls.

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International Day of Older Persons

A blog by SI UN Representative Sabine Kinzer. “1 October, the 2016 United Nations International Day of Older Persons (UNIDOP) will take a stand against ageism by drawing attention to and challenging negative stereotypes and misconceptions about older persons and ageing.

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Poverty is Sexist

Poverty is Sexist

A blog by SI Interns New York Olivia Lin and Maria Pilar Gallardo.
Poverty is Sexist – a bold statement by Marie-Claude Bibeau, Canadian Minister for International Development

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