Reducing Conflict through Equitable Education

The relationship between education inequality and violent conflict is clear: Inequitable access to quality education makes the world less safe. Recent research for UNICEF by FHI 360 found that the likelihood of experiencing violent conflict doubles in countries with high education inequality between ethnic and religious groups, and the reverse is also true; violent conflict increases educational inequalities between groups.

Published: January 24, 2018

Authors: Anne Smiley, FHI 360, and Nina Weisenhorn, USAID

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