Ph.D. Students Awarded Global Education Monitoring Report Fellowship by UNESCO

Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report Fellowship by UNESCO

(Sukie) Xiuqi Yang and Kai Feng, Ph.D. students in Sociology and Demography, were selected to be awarded the Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report Fellowship by UNESCO. Their proposal seeks to explore the impact of climate change on children’s educational outcomes across 53 countries, the majority of which are low- and middle-income countries in the Global South.

The GEM Programme, funded by the Open Society Foundation, supports researchers who aim to bring a novel perspective to comparative and international education development to aid the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4, the global education goal.

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