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World Bank works to redirect frozen funds to Afghanistan for humanitarian aid only

Afghanistan/November 30, 2021/By Reuters/Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/

The money will go mainly to addressing urgent health care needs

The World Bank is finalising a proposal to deliver up to $500 million from a frozen Afghanistan aid fund to humanitarian agencies, people familiar with the...

La educación transformadora en el pensamiento de Paulo Freire

La educación transformadora en el pensamiento de Paulo Freire

Por Eliseo  Cruz Aguilar

Colegio Nacional de Capacitación Intensiva
Oaxaca de Juárez ,  México

Resumen: En este artículo se expone la práctica y el pensamiento político pedagógico de Paulo Freire, destacando sus principales categorías acerca de la educación liberadora como respuesta...

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Diccionario de términos críticos de la literatura y la cultura en América Latina

Coordinadora: Beatriz Colombi.
La propuesta de compendiar este diccionario de autoría colectiva surgió del interés y la necesidad de reflexionar sobre el léxico especializado en el área de los estudios de la cultura y literatura latinoamericanas. Los términos seleccionados remiten a problemas...

Ángel Martín: «Escribir ha sido un ejercicio muy agotador, pero muy terapéutico»

Ángel Martín: «Escribir ha sido un ejercicio muy agotador, pero muy terapéutico»

Por: JESÚS FERNÁNDEZ ÚBEDA

Ángel Martín (Barcelona, 1977) ingresó en el ala de psiquiatría del madrileño Hospital Puerta de Hierro el 4 de junio de 2017. Acudió a urgencias manifestando, entre otras “ideas extrañas”, que Chris Pratt y Jennifer Lawrence le enviaban mensajes desde la película Pass

Luto por Almudena Grandes en las redes

Luto por Almudena Grandes en las redes

Por Zenda Libros.com

Amigos y escritores se despiden de Almudena Grandes en las redes sociales. Numerosas muestras de cariño a su persona y reconocimientos a su importante obra literaria han aparecido en Twitter desde que se conoció la triste noticia de su fallecimiento. Hacemos a continuaci...

Mesa de Análisis “Violencia de género en la academia y en la ciencia patriarcal: reflexiones en voz alta”

Mesa de Análisis “Violencia de género en la academia y en la ciencia patriarcal: reflexiones en voz alta”

Te invitamos a participar en la Mesa de Análisis "Violencia de género en la academia y en la ciencia patriarcal: reflexiones en voz alta" que es parte de la Jornada #25N - 2021 Conmemoración del Día Internacional de la Eliminación de la Violencia contra la Mujer, que se realizará el día viernes, 26

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Nigerian State Closes Schools After 140 Students Kidnapped

Nigeria/July 11, 2021/By: Timothy Obiezu/Source: https://www.voanews.com/

Nigerian authorities in northwest Kaduna state have closed 13 schools after more than 140 students were kidnapped Monday from a Baptist high school. The closures follow a string of armed attacks on schools that authorities say threaten to permanently damage Nigerian children’s education.

Kaduna State Schools Quality Assurance Authority officials say a risk assessment shows the 13 schools are the most vulnerable to attacks.

The attack on Bethel Baptist High school Monday is the latest in a spate of school kidnappings for ransom and the fourth such mass kidnapping in the state in five months.

Kaduna authorities said 26 people, including a woman teacher, have been rescued and that troops are searching for missing kidnap victims.

But a local clergyman said an initial verification showed only 20 out of 180 students boarding at the school before the attack had been accounted for.

Amnesty International’s Seun Bakare says attacks and school closures signal severe threats to education in Nigeria.

“We risk the loss of a generation if these attacks on schools and attacks on education continue,” Bakare said. “It is so shameful that on one hand, bandits and Boko Haram are attacking children and their right to education, on the other hand, the government’s only response is to shutdown schools. The government’s response is also an attack on education and this is completely unacceptable”

The recent wave of kidnappings continues to worsen the education crisis in Nigeria’s north, a region known for low levels of literacy and enrollment, and accounting for more than 70 percent of Nigeria’s school dropouts.

Despite the government’s pledge to secure the schools, critics say it is either unwilling or unable to fix the problem.

“We don’t want the government to make a mere pronouncement that they’re on top of the situation, we want the government to take responsibility, we want the government to take actions that will abort such occurrences,” said Emmanuel Hwande, a spokesperson at Nigerian Union of Teachers, NUT.

On Sunday, gunmen also attacked a National Tuberculosis and Leprosy center and abducted eight people, including an infant.

The U.N. children’s agency, UNICEF, says 2.8 million children in the northeast need education emergency support due to violence in the region.

Unless addressed, experts say many more children will be risking a bleak future.

News Source: https://www.voanews.com/africa/nigerian-state-closes-schools-after-140-students-kidnapped

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