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As of July 1, 2009, the Center for Universal Education has moved to Brookings Institution. For more information, please visit CUE’s new website at: www.brookings.edu/universal-education

Everyone can make a difference in helping to ensure that every child has the opportunity to a quality, basic education. Here are additional resources to use in learning more about universal education.

Global Campaign for Education

Please visit the U.S. Global Campaign for Education website to learn more about the state of education around the world and how you can make a difference in the lives of children.

Education Partnership for Children of Conflict

The Education Partnership highlights organizations implementing high-quality programs that ensure that children in conflict and post-conflict situations have access to the best possible education opportunities.

Additional Organizations

Below is a list of organizations working in different capacities to make education a reality for all of the world’s children. You can visit their websites to learn more.

Academy for Educational Development
Action Aid USA
American Institutes for Research
Americans for Informed Democracy
Amnesty International
Basic Education Coalition
Bread for the World
Catholic Relief Services
Christian Children’s Fund
Concern Worldwide
Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Development Cooperation
Fast Track Initiative (FTI)
Global Kids
iEARN (International Education and Resource Network)
International Center for Research on Women
International Center on Child Labor and Education
International Rescue Committee
Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Ministry of Education
Islamic Republic of Pakistan Ministry of Education
One World Youth Project
PBS Wide Angle / Channel 13 New York
RESULTS and RESULTS Educational Fund
Room to Read
Republic of Kenya Ministry of Education
Save the Children
School Girls Unite!
U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
UN Global Teaching and Learning Project
Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children
Women’s Edge
World Education
World Learning
World Vision