I’ve been fortunate to be involved since early 2014 with the Global Partnership for Education, which, to oversimplify their mission, gathers and manages resources from countries and other donors for developing nations that are building their primary and secondary education systems. More recently, I worked with an organization called American Graduate, which raises awareness aboutContinue reading “Speaking Out for Education — in the U.S. and Around the World”
Here’s a piece I wrote for the blog of (my client) the Global Partnership for Education, the leading multilateral organization promoting and supporting the development of primary education systems in developing countries around the world. It’s a summary of the UN’s 2015 Millennium Development Goals Report, which noted advances in primary school net enrollment rates, decreases in theContinue reading “The Last 15 Years in Global Education Show of Great Gains, Continued Challenges”
This September, the United Nations will commit to the new Sustainable Development Goals, which will succeed the Millennium Development Goals. The SDGs outline a new and ambitious worldwide effort to reduce poverty and hunger, improve health, enable equality, protect the planet and much more. To illustrate that point, my client, the Global Partnership for Education,Continue reading “To Achieve Development Goals, Strengthen Education Worldwide”
Former Australian Prime Minister and Chair of (our client) the Global Partnership for Education just published this piece, which Weintraub Communications helped shape, in the WISE Ed Review. It coincides with the 2015 observance of International Women’s Day on March 8. She wrote: “Over the last decade, there has been a substantial improvement in gettingContinue reading “Amplify: Op-Ed on Value of Girls’ Education”
With Weintraub Communications’ help, Chernor Bah, a youth advocate for (client) the Global Partnership for Education and a co-founder of A World at School, appeared late last year on the Diane Rehm Show, a nationally syndicated public affairs program.
Here’s a piece Weintraub Communications helped place in The Hill Newspaper for Philip Obaji, Jr., a youth advocate for (our client) the Global Partnership for Education) and the founder and general coordinator for the 1 GAME Campaign, which promotes basic primary education for vulnerable children in Nigeria. He wrote: “During four days in late October, I was on a mission toContinue reading “Amplify: Boko Haram’s Threat to Education in Nigeria”
Chernor Bah, a former refugee from the civil war in Sierra Leone, is a youth advocate for (our client) the Global Partnership for Education and a co-founder of A World at School, published this piece in The New York Times last fall with help from Weintraub Communications. He wrote: “It made me realize that whatContinue reading “Amplify: NY Times Op-Ed on Impact of Ebola on Education in Sierra Leone”