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BRICS and the future of South-South cooperation networks
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Notions of the ‘Global South’ and the ‘Global North’ seem to have substituted the preceding geopolitical concept of an East-West

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Kazakhstan: Virtual and augmented reality lab launches in capital school to help kids learn
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The virtual and augmented reality laboratory NurLab recently opened in the 73rd lyceum in the Kazakh capital. The lab gives

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Kenya: Kenyan Science Instructor Peter Tabichi Wins $1 Million Global Teacher Prize
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Following the award announcement, the excited high school math and physics teacher gushed: “Africa’s young people will no longer be

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Turkey: University graduates swell Turkey’s army of jobless
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The number of jobless reached nearly 4.7 million in January, rising by more than 1.2 million over a year, according

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Egypt: China-developed smart classrooms to improve education in Egypt
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A shipment of container-like smart classrooms developed by a Chinese company will arrive in Egypt soon, bringing smart education to

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Ghana: Government’s plan on course to transform Ghana into a ‘learning nation’
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The Government aims to improve equitable access to and participation in inclusive education at all levels; improve quality of teaching

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Nigeria’s higher education sector faces a number of issues
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In the last 40 years government funding in the education sector in Nigeria has varied between 6% and 9% of

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Estonia augments its post-study work offer
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The Estonian government is keen to augment the post-study work opportunities it offers international students and it is running targeted

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