Help us continue to fight human rights abuses. Please give now to support our work. Download the "easy to read" version. An increase in school enrolments from 40 to 60 percent is applauded as a success, not recorded as a violation of the right to education of the 40 percent of children who remain excluded from school. In recent years, many countries have been part of international and regional political drives to ensure that all children have access and complete education in the countries that lag behind the most. Such efforts have had some success, with tens of millions entering primary education, and more girls staying in school and pursuing secondary education, improving gender parity in more countries.
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Debates (Hansard) No. - June 23, () - House of Commons of Canada
Xinhua operates in a similar way to Western newswires such as Reuters : Thousands of journalists and editors across China and in foreign bureaus churn out news articles, video, opinion pieces, and breaking news briefs, which are fed out to newspapers and websites across the country. But there are some key differences: Chinese newspapers and websites cannot only use Xinhua content for free; sometimes instructions from the authorities compel them to run Xinhua copy. So when Xinhua updates its style guide, it affects the way the news is written in numerous newspapers and websites across China. Media people must read: Banned and sensitive words in Xinhua News Agency reports [latest edition]. Xinhua has not published the style guide itself, but enough Chinese staffers at state media have circulated the post for us to be reasonably confident it comes from an official source. Read more.
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