I have to censor myself. This is the reality. I come to Australia and still I’m not free.
—Lei Chen (pseudonym), student from mainland China describing his experience studying in an Australian university, September 25, 2020
So this is bilingual education: In theory, it means you can do both [languages]. It sounds beautiful. But in practice, the working language [in schools and offices] even at the township [rural] level is becoming Chinese.
When the head teacher found out that I was pregnant, he called me to his office and told me, “You have to leave our school immediately because you are pregnant.”
—Jamida K., Kahama, Tanzania, April 2014
We don’t allow pregnant girls to…
Climate change is here with us. We cannot stop it. The only way is to see how to work around it.
-- Peter Ekai Lokoel, Deputy Governor Turkana, September 2014
Over the past century, the average annual temperature on earth has…
Letting Them Fail
Neglect and the Right to Education for Children Affected by AIDS
Summary and Main Recommendations
HIV/AIDS and access to education
Surveys of AIDS-affected children's school…