The G20 should lead the way toward giving every child access to quality education by 2030

|Source: Project Syndicate|
Children in their classroom in Cambodia. Credit: GPE

Helle Thorning-Schmidt, former Prime Minister of Denmark, calls on world leaders to pay more attention to the crisis that prevents millions of children around the world from accessing education.

She invites G20 countries leaders to increase their funding to organizations like GPE, which provides grants to support education in countries with the most need.

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