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At any given moment, RESULTS staff and activists around the world are busy working with their elected officials, local media, or working within their communities to realize a world without poverty. Hear their stories here!

Landmark UN resolution urges States to monitor and regulate private education providers

By Tony Baker, Education for All Campaign Manager
July 02, 2015

Eight international civil society organisations today welcomed a landmark resolution of the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) urging States to regulate and monitor private education providers and recognising the potential “wide-ranging impact of the commercialization of education on the enjoyment of the right to education.”

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Congress launches first-ever International Basic Education Caucus

By Allison Grossman, Senior Legislative Associate
June 29, 2015

Last Wednesday, global education advocates came together on Capitol Hill for the launch of the first-ever International Basic Education Caucus. Two education champions, Congressman Dave Reichert (R-WA) and Congressman Mike Quigley (D-IL) joined forces to create this important new bipartisan group in the House of Representatives.

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Joining Voices with Malala on Capitol Hill

By Allison Grossman, Senior Legislative Associate
June 25, 2015

Books, not bullets. That's the message that 17-year-old Nobel Peace Prize laureate and global education activist Malala Yousafzai brought to lawmakers during her very first visit to Capitol Hill on Tuesday.

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We Are All Lobbyists

By Susan Fleurant, 2015 RESULTS U.S. Poverty Campaigns Intern
June 23, 2015

My first experience lobbying on Capitol Hill changed my perspective.

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