Champions of Goal 4 are putting education front and center at the historic UN Summit on Sustainable Development in New York.
The power of an educated girl
Glamour Magazine, in partnership with Let Girls Learn, hosted a conversation with Michelle Obama, Charlize Theron, Julia Gillard, and Plan student advocate Nurafahada on the power of girls' education.
Malala and 193 youth call global leaders to action
During the opening ceremony of the Summit, Malala and 193 youth representatives asked the world to promise all children peace, prosperity and education.
The UN adopts the Global Goals for Sustainable Development
Goal 4: Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning
Good to be at the UN today to hear the Pope endorse education as the basis for achieving the sustainable development goals #SDGs by 2030. JG— Julia Gillard (@JuliaGillard) September 25, 2015
Tackling inequalities, empowering women and girls and leaving no one behind
An interactive dialogue on gender equality during the opening session of the Summit.
#FundEducation Photo Wall
From The Global Citizen Festival, to the UN Action Hub, to UNICEF House, people sent a message to their leaders to #FundEducation
Global Citizen Festival
Education took center stage throughout the festival with champions Erna Solberg, Michelle Obama, Malala Yousafszai, and more
#EducationFirst for Sustainable Development
2014 Nobel Laureates, Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi, joined Government, UN agency, education and youth leaders at the Global Education First Initiative’s (GEFI) high-level event - highlighting education as the catalyst for realizing each and every one of the 17 ambitious new Sustainable Development Goals.
Financing Health and Education: Girls Driving Development
Education helps women & girls lead healthy lives. An investment in education is an investment in a better future pic.twitter.com/NMxT8SXkxK— Julia Gillard (@JuliaGillardGPE) September 25, 2015