UNESCO works with many partners to advance gender equality in and through education. Partnerships enable the generation of knowledge and support Member States in their efforts to ensure gender-transformative education systems.
- UN Women is co-implementing with UNESCO the Joint Programme on Empowering Adolescent Girls and Young Women through Education
- UNFPA is co-implementing with UNESCO the UNESCO Joint Programme on Empowering Adolescent Girls and Young Women through Education
- United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI) is a multi-stakeholder partnership committed to improving the quality and availability of girls’ education and contributing to the empowerment of girls and women through transformative education. UNESCO co-leads the Global Working Group to End School-Related Gender-Based Violence with UNGEI
- CJ Group is a major contributor to the UNESCO Malala Fund for Girls’ Right to Education, and a core partner advocating for a brighter future for girls through education.
- African Union’s International Centre for Girls’ and Women’s Education in Africa (AU/CIEFFA) works closely with AU member States and governments, civil society and international partners to promote the right to education for all girls and women in the African continent.
- OECD partners with UNESCO to share information, promote discussion and facilitate exchange of experience through Wikigender webinars on topics such as “Addressing gender stereotypes in the classroom: how to achieve a conducive environment for adolescent girls’ learning”