Every child has a dream.
But there is a global education crisis creating a vast divide between children who will have the chance to realise their dreams - and those who who will be left without an education, skills or opportunity.
There is an idea big enough to make the impossible possible.
The new International Finance Facility for Education could generate more than $10 billion in funding for education - annually.
Now, let’s make their dreams that are currently impossible, possible.
The campaign goes global - and to another level - with over 1.5 million people now having signed petitions in support of IFFEd and the game-changing role it can play in making SDG4 possible.
G20 leaders respond to the burgeoning support for IFFEd, committing to action on the idea over the next year in their official Communique.
Shakira joins the campaign - along with 145,000 others - who together bring a powerful message in support of IFFEd to the G20 in Hamburg.
Young people from around the world back the call for IFFEd to help address global education financing in the Y20 - the official youth forum of the G20.
Fourteen African countries participate in the "Pioneer Countries" initiative, welcoming the proposal of IFFed and its transformative potential.
The UK House of Commons International Development Committee - a cross-party group of British MPs - recommends that the UK increases aid to education & supports IFFEd to help meet SDG4.
A group of 30 major civil society and non-governmental organisations call for IFFEd to be established and SDG4 to be fully financed in a Joint Call to Action.
The International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity publishes its landmark report on how the promise of SDG4 can be financed.
More than 150 world leaders adopt the Sustainable Development Goals, or #GlobalGoals, at the United Nations.
This includes SDG4: "Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all".
Read the story of how young campaigners and organisations including @BRACworld, @itacecorg and @RTE25A worked together to collect 1.5 million signatures for the petition asking world leaders to back a big idea to give more children a quality education. 👏 https://t.co/dmU4jCYceq— Theirworld (@theirworld) May 11, 2018
Please join Idara e Taleem o Aagahi ITA & IFFED now in the movement of collecting 500,000 signatures across Pakistan to pledge your support to achieve RIGHT to Education in Pakistan and mobilize additional resources to address global education crisis.— Right to Education (@RTE25A) April 12, 2018
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The target of quality education for all - #SDG4 - might feel like it’s out of reach. But with the proposed International Finance Facility for Education, we can #MakeImpossiblePossible. 1.5 million people have already backed this big idea with the power to help tens of millions of children go to school and prepare millions more young people for the future of work. Find out more through the #linkinbio. #FundEducation
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Every child has a dream. But there is a global education crisis creating a vast divide between children who will have the chance to realise their dreams - and those who who will be left without an education, skills or opportunity. But there is an idea big enough to make the impossible possible. The new International Finance Facility for Education could generate more than $10 billion in funding for education. Let’s make their dreams that are currently impossible, possible 💪 Join the 1.5 million people who have already pledged their support. Sign our petition TODAY. 📝 #linkinbio #MakeImpossiblePossible #FundEducation #EducationCrisis
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The petitions have arrived in New York! 📄In just 48 hours, three of our Global Youth Ambassadors will deliver a petition with over 1.5 million signatures to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, calling for the new International Finance Facility for Education (IFFEd). They'll be making history: the campaign aims for $10 billion to help get every child in school – the largest ever investment in global education. Link in bio for more information. #MakeImpossiblePossible 📓📚
Working w/@GPforEducation & @EduCannotWait the Int’l Finance Facility for Education can help #FundEducation by creating new financing for countries moving up the development ladder but still in need of support.— Julia Gillard (@JuliaGillardGPE) May 14, 2018
Together the world can educate every child & #MakeImpossiblePossible
More than 260 million children and youth are not in school today… but that doesn’t have to be the case. There is an idea big enough to #MakeImpossiblePossible. IFFEd could generate more than $10 billion in funding for education. Find out more: https://t.co/vgbrPxDk97 pic.twitter.com/s3X7dmzwCG— Their News (@theirnews) May 11, 2018
Watch now: Special Envoy for Education Gordon Brown calls for more global investment in education, says the new International Finance Facility for Education can get 20 million more kids in school.— Global Goals (@GlobalGoalsUN) May 11, 2018
📺: https://t.co/zFSMkZ0oZI #GlobalGoals pic.twitter.com/u6N30QRDy6
I welcome the petition I received today from young campaigners calling for a new International Finance Facility for Education. Our dream of a sustainable future depends on supporting the right to an education for all. https://t.co/2TygjuGV0L pic.twitter.com/lb2oTIoRVp— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) May 11, 2018
Youth leaders from Sierra Leone, Nepal & Kenya presented @antonioguterres and Special Envoy Gordon Brown with 1.5 million signatures calling for more global education funding to ensure, every child will go to school. https://t.co/Mm3aSlZ6Rk#MakeImpossiblePossible #GlobalGoals pic.twitter.com/Xbo9qWi8Ym— Global Goals (@GlobalGoalsUN) May 11, 2018
Education Commissioner @Shakira sends personal message of thanks to the inspirational youth activists & campaigners who've mobilised 1.5 million people to join the campaign calling for a new global funding plan for education. https://t.co/QFEPXUNqcS #MakeImpossiblePossible pic.twitter.com/OWYj4ALzqy— Theirworld (@theirworld) May 11, 2018