Let’s ensure everyone has The Right Climate to Learn!

20th January 2020

The 2020 Send My Friend to School campaign The Right Climate to Learn is live today – you can download […]

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A year of unlocking education for all

4th December 2019

As we countdown to 2020 and the launch of our new campaign, we’re looking back at some of our highlights […]

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Thank you Stephen Twigg!

27th November 2019

As the UK gears up for a general election in December, Send My Friend to School would like to thank […]

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School students from Malawi join the campaign to Unlock Education for Everyone!

6th November 2019

Jessy and Isaac at Chilanga Community Day Secondary School
Watipaso Kailwo/Oxfam GB
Each year, Send My Friend to School partners with the Steve […]

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New UK investment of £515 million in global education must be spent well to close the financing gap and achieve education for all

2nd October 2019

At the United Nation’s General Assembly (UNGA), the UK government announced £515 million for education globally to help get over […]

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UK commits to unlock education for children in emergencies

25th August 2019

UK civil society organisations warmly welcomed the Prime Minister’s announcement during the G7 in Biarritz today that the British Government […]

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Send My Friend Youth Campaigners in Parliament!

27th June 2019

On the 19th June, twenty Send My Friend to School Campaign Champions went to Parliament to take part in the […]

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My work experience with Send My Friend: The Best of Both Worlds

25th June 2019

The following is a blog from year 10 student Amelia Bird who compares her Campaign Champion experience with her work […]

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Statement: The importance of recognising education in the political declaration of the High Level Political Forum

29th May 2019

Today the Send My Friend to School coalition released the following statement:
UK based non-government organisations and teachers’ unions working on […]

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Launch: Education in Emergencies Report

15th April 2019

More than 75 million children across crisis-and conflict-affected countries require urgent support to receive a quality education.  That is why […]

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