On Friday, May 30, join Chelsea Clinton, Vice Chair of the Clinton Foundation, Rebecca Winthrop, Director of the Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution, and Kennedy Odede, Founder of Shining Hope for Communities, for an online discussion on the state of global education for girls.
We have seen the threat against girls’ education made real again, this time in the horrific kidnapping in Nigeria. Through this conversation, No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project, will host a discussion to talk about the gains we have made in girls’ education around the world over the past twenty years and the gaps that still remain, as well as about policies and programs that are working to improve education for girls.
You are critical to this conversation on why girls’ education is essential to communities, economies, and societies.
We’ll be answering your questions throughout the live webcast, so please RSVP today and submit your question.
Source publication: Clinton Foundation