UN and partners marked February 11 as Safer Internet Day with focus on education for promoting better and more comprehensive online safety for children and the youth.
16 female high school students of ‘Old Aqcha’ graduated this December as their village’s first female high school graduates.
After quarter a century of hard work, a British Islamic high school has been recognized as one of the top 100 schools in UK after achieving excellent GCSE results in summer.
The number of children seeking for help over bullying has increased sharply in the last 12 months in UK.
West Bengal National University of Judicial Sciences declared that the university stands responsible for the safety of its female students.
The new group in control of the Egyptian government is manipulating school curricula based on its political views.
A new report released by an Isalmic advocacy group reveals the increasing number of Muslim children being harassed in American schools.
Children in a Chinese primary school were hospitalized after eating yoghurt that contained with rat poison.
Religious women in Morocco are campaigning to introduce their own version of the fight against violence and extremism.
Vital Voices, a leading non-governmental organisation, has launched the Grow Fellowship, a one year comprehensive programme for women business owners in Jordan.
The International Conference on the “Emerging Role of Women in Muslim Societies” is being held in Pakistan on November 28-29.
A Pakistani girl who survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban has been named as Harvard University’s humanitarian of the year.
The task now is to place 1,500 women in listed corporate boards by 2016, if the 30% target of women on boards is to be met.
Agence France-Presse compiled a package from photographers around the world documenting children going to school. This is a selection of their images giving insight into the lives of students in various countries.
The release, on Thursday, of a video of a number of students carrying theheadscarved ones in Middle East Technical University campus sparked widespread strong reaction in Turkey.
On the threshold of new school year, Moroccans are debating education reforms.
Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai, who 'risked her life in the fight for access to education for girls', has been named winner of the International Children's Peace Prize 2013.
Dr. Eve Sprunt of Association of Women in Science put us in contact with Chevron’s Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, S. Shariq Yosufzai.
The girls had walked out of school on Monday night, protesting what they termed as frequent attacks by ghosts.