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Mission Report: 1st INSPIRE Regional Workshop in San Salvador, El Salvador

INSPIRE REGIONAL WORKSHOP SUMMARY - From 12 to 15th of November in San Salvador, government representatives from 9 countries - Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Dominican Republic, Cuba, and from 4 different sectors - Health, Justice, Social Protection and Education - attended the 1st INSPIRE Regional Workshop in Latin America for [...]

Mission Report: 1st INSPIRE Regional Workshop in San Salvador, El Salvador2020-01-21T12:09:00-07:00

Schools are enlisting students to stop cyberbullying – Report by apolitical

apolitical Article - Schools are enlisting students to stop cyberbullying  -   While adults struggle to stay on top of technological changes, youngsters today conduct their lives digitally, giving them insights their teachers do not have, according to cyberbullying experts. They are also going through similar developmental phases, and may be listened to more attentively than [...]

Schools are enlisting students to stop cyberbullying – Report by apolitical2020-01-21T11:34:31-07:00

4 ways to end cyberbullying — without quitting the internet – Report by apolitical

apolitical Article - 4 ways to end cyberbullying - without quitting the internet - In a recent study among adolescents in the UK, 43% reported having experienced cyberbullying. Of these, 41% reported being hurt or made to feel sad, 31% felt scared or worried and 27% did not want to go to school on some days [...]

4 ways to end cyberbullying — without quitting the internet – Report by apolitical2020-01-21T11:33:29-07:00

The Current Landscape of School District and Charter Policies that Support Healthy Schools

Policymakers at all levels increasingly recognize the importance of student health and well-being to academic achievement,1,2 as well as the importance of education attainment as a key social determinant of long-term health.  Whereas education policy once focused predominantly on academic supports, both state and LEA policies now require schools to focus on the broader needs [...]

The Current Landscape of School District and Charter Policies that Support Healthy Schools2019-12-09T12:38:15-07:00

CDC Global – Updates from the Field: Protecting Health and Building Capacity Globally

Stories of Sustainability:  The Division of Global Health Protection works to protect Americans and people worldwide from public health threats. In this issue, learn how we build sustainable health systems side by side with countries and partners to achieve self-sustaining advances in global health security.   Read the full report HERE

CDC Global – Updates from the Field: Protecting Health and Building Capacity Globally2019-12-09T12:24:20-07:00

Taking Action Together for Children – Civil Society Coalitions in Pathfinding Countries & Pathfinding in Discussion Countries

Collective Actions of Civil Society to End Violence against Children The Civil Society Forum to End Violence against Children, a coalition of 15 member organisations, advocates for the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG)16.2 and other SDG targets to end violence against children. This report highlights the collective actions of more than 398 national, regional [...]

Taking Action Together for Children – Civil Society Coalitions in Pathfinding Countries & Pathfinding in Discussion Countries2019-12-03T13:18:22-07:00

CSO FORUM EVAC Report out from the High-level Political Forum 2019

The annual High-level Political Forum (HLPF) is the main space for follow-up and review of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the global level. Each year, a number of Goals are selected for in-depth review and governments can volunteer to present reports on national progress towards implementation of the SDGs as a whole, referred to [...]

CSO FORUM EVAC Report out from the High-level Political Forum 20192019-12-03T13:07:00-07:00