How gender equality in education can benefit all children
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How gender equality in education can benefit all children

How can teachers promote gender equality? How easy is it to start challenging stereotypes in the classroom? Can gender responsive pedagogies help break down the barriers holding girls back?

In this episode, two educators, from Zambia and Paraguay, share their stories of challenging stereotypes, and encouraging and empowering girls in the classroom.

Nina also talks to Christina Kwauk, a social scientist and policy analyst specialised in girls’ education. Christina addresses the connection between gender equality in the classroom and societal change and how gender responsive and gender transformative pedagogical approaches can increase resilience. 

Guests and resources

You can find Christina Kwauk on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Daughters of the Forest tells the powerful, uplifting story of a small group of girls in one of the most remote forests left on earth who attend a radical high school where they learn to protect the threatened forest and forge a better future for themselves.

VVOB GRP4ECE toolkit: A practical approach to gender-responsive pedagogy for early childhood education.

Further resources

UNICEF about girls education

The Malala Fund


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