The politics of measuring gender equality in education: perspectives for the G7

Girls’ education is a key focus for the G7 this year. This event explores an innovative framework for measuring gender equality in education, as well as the politics of steering between the complex relationships described by social research on gender and girls’ education and the clarity on data needed for public policy.

The Accountability for Gender Equality in Education (AGEE) framework provides a clear approach for researchers, policy makers and practitioners and enables us to assess the specific disruptive effects of COVID and climate change on girls’ education and gender equality in education.

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