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Topic: Educational Inequality, Marginalization and Nuclear pollution. External Link: http://webtv.un.org. -- Document: welcome,this online topic is not about giving an easy answer and solution to class room teaching and learning event, if such things existed. We are not able to offer advice on the individual circumstances and cases. The topic is about thinking together, thinking about how we can best support the learners particularly. The big question is: Does education for all means truly for all? As we try to answer this big questions, we will consider what the issues are and what has been done to address the issues and finally what is next. The forward from the UNESCO 2015 global monitoring report offers as a stark reminders to the issues, it states that there are still 58 million children out of school globally and around 100 millions who do not complete their primary education. Example, Inequality in education has increased and with the poorest and the most disadvantaged, shouldering the most heaviest burden. The world's poorest children are four times more likely not so to schools than the richest children, and five times more likely not to complete primary schools. Conflict remain a steep barriers with a high and growing proportion of out of school children living in conflict zones. Overall, the poor quality of learning at primary level still has million of children leaving school without basic skill. The issues are clear, at the start of this topic, we are going to think about education system and the part they might not play in marginalisation as well as talking about this issues, we may be sharing our thoughts on educational system with which we are familier. Together, we will explore the community and the differences between our system, keeping at the fore front of our mind the impact of the system on individual learners. Who is out and who is in, .... Some young people are in school physically but not engaged in learning. Some young people are just not in school. In your country and context think about your educational system -- does it function in a way that includes all or are there learners who are marginalized and excluded?... Share your thought and experience with others.. In 2010 UNESCO published a report called ( Education for all, global monitoring report 2010: reaching the marginalisation) well, iam Jesmion, the publication of UNESCO in 2010 about educational marginalisation, actually, it affects my area, because the rich are the most that attain to education but the poorer ones can't have access to education due to funding and carers. We are also in support of the United Nations office for disarmament affair (UNODA) for negotiating a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination because nuclear weapons have no advantages to moral education. I want urgent eradication of nuclear weapons, as to war against pollutants, nuclear weapons are pollutants and pollution are its activities ...... and what must we do? ...

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