Education, Skills and Learning

This is what girls in conflict zones get instead of education

Education is systematically ignored in situations of humanitarian crisis, and adolescent girls suffer from this the most. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

Pauline Rose


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Disrupted education journeys for adolescent girls in conflict settings
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Girls have limited access to secondary schools.
Image: Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, The Conversation
 Schools are unsafe for girls.
Image: Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, The Conversation
Violence against adolescent girls
Image: Cambridge University, The Conversation
 Education or marriage?
Image: Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge
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