A horrific bus massacre in Pakistan left 14 female students dead. Gordon Brown on a new petition that aims to ensure all girls can go to school.
Former U.K. prime minister Gordon Brown is the U.N. special envoy for global education.
As three children fight for their lives, U.N. special envoy for global education Gordon Brown says outrage is building.
The young Pakistani heroine and education activist, who survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban, met for the first time with teachers and pupils at her new school in Britain. But millions of girls like her are still denied an education, writes Gordon Brown, former U.K. prime minister and UN Special Envoy for Global Education.
As millions mark Malala Day, we must take this opportunity to guarantee access to education for all young girls by 2015.
The former British prime minister and now the U.N.’s special envoy on education on why education is a crucial, attainable goal.
World leaders in Davos are tied up dealing with the economic slowdown—but the critical problem of children without schooling needs to be addressed as well. Former British prime minister Gordon Brown explains why he’s pushing for a global education fund. Plus, read Brown’s full report here.
The former prime minister remembers the bravery and optimism of Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai.
Gordon Brown argues for a fix on the scale of the WPA or the Marshall Plan