International Women’s Day

Being bold for change?

On this day we reflect on what has been achieved since the last International Womens Day.

Of course it  is a mixed bag – situations where girls are still being abused physically and psychologically, just for being a girl at school and others where some movement is being made at a structural level to make changes (often not a sbold as we would like) -here is an example from Peru

 

The UN congratulated Peru last week for its new education curriculum, in effect since the 1st January this year, which aims to improve gender equality. The change has been long needed, as is the case for many other countries in the region, where curricula for secondary education have not been updated for decades. The changes […]

via Peru has a new ‘rose-tinted’ curriculum — World Education Blog

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