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International Literacy Day 2015

Idara-e-Taleem o Aagahi (ITA) in collaboration with Oxfam GB (OGB) hosted the ‘Finance More to Educate More’ seminar at the Islamabad Hotel on the 17th of September, in celebration of International Literacy Day 2015. International Literacy Day takes place on the 8th of September every year in order to raise awareness around the world on what our goals in terms of education are and how our progress is so far. According to the Pakistan Data Portal, Pakistan’s education budget for the year 2015-2016 was set as just 2.1% of the fiscal budget. Therefore, in line with the International Literacy Day 2015 theme of Sustainable Societies, ITA created a platform for education experts as well as the youth to discuss and put forward recommendations regarding education financing and effective budget allocations for schools. The recommendations would also be suggested for the upcoming revision of the National Education Policy 2009, scheduled to release in January 2016.

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EYA Welcome Session

November 22nd 2014 marked the first welcome session for the first batch of 117 selected EYAs from across Pakistan. Idara-e-Taleem o Aagahi (ITA) in collaboration with A World at School (AWAS) excitedly welcomed the fresh recruits in Lahore at the Children’s’ Library Complex (CLC) located in the heart of the city attracting Ambassadors from around the city and its adjoining areas. The ambassadors participated with great zeal and fervor, and introduced their endeavors propagating child’s rights and education at the district, provincial and national level. The welcome session formally commenced the Education Youth Ambassador Program, steering the preliminary steps towards the worldwide movement of young leaders to take action for education enhancement and to work towards getting every child in school and learning... Detail | Pictures

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KPK

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Vice Chancellor of Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) signs the Up4School petition

"Dr. Sabiha Manzoor, Vice Chancellor of Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) signs the Up4School petition claiming the institute's commitment to collect 13,000 signatures to stand up for the Right to Education for ALL"

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ASER (Annual Status of Education Report) 2013 Launch

ASER (Annual Status of Education Report) 2013 Launch

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Youth Discussion on Right to Education (RTE), Article 25-A

ITA conducted the first "Youth Discussion on Right to Education (RTE), Article 25-A" in collaboration with Federal College of Education (FCE). This discussion was attended by about a 100 students and faculty members enrolled with the B.ed or M.ed program at the College for Education. Certain themes were brought forward as a result of the moderated session: - Selection of a Youth Ambassador - Students teaching in villages with deteriorating statistics on education as a prerequisite to graduation from university/college.

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Malala's Day Celebration at Aagahi Center Karachi

CELEBRATING MALALA’S BIRTHDAY AND PETITION SIGN AT AAGAHI CENTRE KARACHI

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Celebrating Freedom through Learning - the Malala School

Pictures of Painting on Cloth by Saba Rana...

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Happy Birthday Malala, July 12, 2013

Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi celebrates Malala's Birthday...

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 SUPPORT the OMS 2 Campaign

SUPPORT the OMS 2 Campaign

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Gordon Brown's Interaction with the Civil Society

November 9th, 2012. UN General Secretary's Special Envoy for Education, Mr. Gordon Brown, Endorses the One Million Signature Campaign for Right to Education

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One Million Signature Campaign - Phase II

One Million signatures/thumb impressions are being collected in the second phase of One Million Signature Campaign

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One Million Signature Campaign - Phase II at the D - Square Rally

Creating awareness about the Right to Education Pakistan (Article 25A) and collecting signatures/thumb impressions to demand its meaningful implementation

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One Million Signature Campaign - Phase I

Collection of signatures (90% from children below 18 years) to demand free and compulsory education for all children aged 5-16 throughout Pakistan. March 6, 2012 to July 10, 2012

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