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The 4-days international Education and Inequality workshop in November 2016 succeeded with achieving its aim to establish a firm and coherent foundation for spearheading Oxfam’s work on education and inequality through enhancing the linkages between programme and influencing work across national, regional and global levels.

The Copenhagen workshop brought together 35 Oxfam staff across programs, policy and campaigns in more than 15 countries, representing 6 regions and work at global level, and 8 affiliates.

Read the communique published on the outcomes of the workshop:

Copenhagen communique - Oxfam education and inequality international workshop Nov. 2016


Read the case stories from Oxfams work showing the results form our work:

Education, inequalities and the strategy of influence - Bolivia case story

Education for active citizenship - Ghana case story

Oil revenues and tax for education - Ghana case story

Communities challenge the World Bank and the government’s girls’ education programme -Sierra Leone case story

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