“We urge all governments to endorse the Safe Schools Declaration”

Author: Hanne Eide Andersen - “10 years from now we will look back on this day. Those who endorsed will say ‘we should really have done this earlier’. Those who did not endorse will say ‘why did we not endorse it’”, said NRC’s Secretary General, Jan Egeland. 60 nations were gathered at the Safe Schools Conference in Oslo today. By the end of the day, 37 nations had endorsed the "Safe Schools Declaration" to protect education from attack. Leer más

NRC Internacional

Fleeing your home, living stateless

In Lebanon where over one million Syrian refugees have escaped the conflict, it is estimated that 36,000 children born to Syrian parents are at risk of becoming stateless. Their births have not been registered and as such they may face difficulties in proving their nationality. They are at risk of becoming stateless, adding another layer of vulnerability to the already precarious lives they have entered into.

NRC Internacional

Children in conflict areas left behind

“The international community made the promise that by 2015, all children should have their right to education fulfilled. Instead 58 million girls and boys are still out of school, many living in conflict areas. The international community has failed our most vulnerable children”, says NRC’s education advisor Silje Skeie.

NRC Internacional

World not delivering on Gaza reconstruction promises

The international community must urgently change its approach to Gaza and deliver on promises of reconstruction, 46 agencies said today in a new report on the lack of progress since last year's conflict. Six months since donors pledged $3.5 billion towards Gaza's recovery, many people are worse off and not a single one of the 19,000 destroyed homes has been rebuilt. 100,000 people are still homeless and many are living in makeshift camps or schools.

NRC Internacional

Informe Global de Desplazamiento Forzado

Récord en desplazamientos internos por segundo año consecutivo. A finales de 2013, habían por lo menos 33,3 millones de desplazados debido al conflicto armado, la violencia generalizada y violaciones de los derechos humanos en el mundo. Esta cifra representa un aumento de un 16% en comparación con 2012 y alcanza un récord histórico por segundo año consecutivo.

Proyecto Vive la Educación

¡Sueña con ser mejor!

El Proyecto Vive la Educación brinda atención a personas desescolarizadas y analfabetas en 21 municipios de Cauca y Nariño. Accede a los contenidos descargables: audios, ilustraciones e información y motívate a Vivir la Educación.

Sala Humanitaria

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