Action Education Magazine n°166: Youth on the move

In this issue

Editorial. "The world is experiencing the largest youth population in its history", by Jean-Pierre Pichaut, President of Action Education France


  • Burkina Faso - New centres for out-of-school girls
  • India - Action Education and the Telangana government launch the Udaan project

Wide Angle: Youth on the move


  • France: End of partnership with Askola
  • Niger - Training for 497 young women
  • India - Creation of a vocational training centre
  • Cambodia - Library boats on the Tonle Sap Lake


Children's rights in crisis situations: Action Education speaks out

In brief

  • It will be here soon! Your tax receipt!
  • Rounding up your salary: companies commit to Action Education

 Citizen mobilisation

  • Report Card 2022 : Key figures
  • Intervention programme Paris team

Act with us. Where education wins, poverty loses!

Keynote speaker : Oumar CAMARA "Providing young people with the necessary resources to transform our society

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2023 in pictures

Low literacy levels among children living in remote mountain areas are attributed to high drop-out rates among tribal children, who have difficulty understanding the language of instruction, which is Telugu. Vizianagaram district, Andhra Pradesh, India, 2023. Chandra Kiran

Action Education has stepped up its efforts in the face of persistent crises that are hitting the most vulnerable hardest. Discover the year 2023 through these three categories: access and quality of education, early childhood education, youth and adult education. These images bear witness to our determination to overcome the obstacles to a world where education is accessible to everyone.

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