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Education and the Law of Reparations in Insecurity and Armed Conflict

This publication considers how attacks on education during insecurity and armed conflict have been redressed in the past and may be redressed in the future.

United Nations Human Rights Mechanisms and the Right to Education in Insecurity and Armed Conflict

This publication identifies trends in the practice and contribution of UN human rights mechanisms to the protection of education in times of insecurity and armed conflict and offers recommendations on how such protection might be strengthened.

Attacks on Education: addressing the data challenge

Conflict and insecurity are depriving children and young people of their right to quality education. An estimated 36% of out-of-school children are...

Columbia University (CGCA): Synthesis Report

The Columbia Group for Children in Adversity (CGCA) out of Columbia University’s Program on Forced Migration and Health (hereafter “Col...

Background paper for the PEIC/GENEVA Call Workshop

Protect Education in Insecurity and Conflict (PEIC) seeks to protect and promote education in situations of insecurity and armed conflict. In many ...

Humanitarian Technology and the Monitoring and Reporting of Attacks on Education

Over recent years, the ‘attacks on education’ agenda has faced the challenge of enhancing the quality and quantity of data in order to ...

Can Arab Youth Be Leaders of Change for the Better?

DOWNLOAD THE STUDY: ENGLISH - ARABIC Thanks to recent advances in the provision of education, a large majority of young Arabs between 5 and 25 year...

The Quantitative Impact of Armed Conflict on Education

This study builds on PEIC’s goal of protecting and promoting education in situations of insecurity and conflict, including through its concrete support for the preparation and publication of Education under Attack 2010 (UNESCO) and Education under Attack 2014 (GCPEA).

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A plea to protect schools in conflict zones - By Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint NasserArticle

In Tal Rifat on the outskirts of the Syrian city of Aleppo, children have no school to go to. Their building, twice hit by air strikes in recent weeks, lies in ruins.

In Conversation With Luis Moreno OcampoInterview

As the former and first-ever Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) at the Hague, Argentine lawyer Luis Moreno Ocampo has certainly made his mark on the history of international criminal law.