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In this Amity Insight, we focus on education. Although there may not be a huge universe of companies directly involved in educational services, many companies understand that there is a direct return from investing in education, which is also the most reliable way of delivering economic empowerment and reducing poverty. To that end, many businesses commit considerable resources to education, training and development programmes across their sphere of influence. In this Insight we look at education as a human right, the state of education today, and the role of business in helping to ensure univeral access to primary education.

Investing in Education

Neville White Neville White Head of RI Policy & Research
Investing in Education
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Investing in Education

Investing in Education
Neville White


Head of RI Policy & Research

In this Amity Insight, we focus on education. Although there may not be a huge universe of companies directly involved in educational services, many companies understand that there is a direct return from investing in education, which is also the most reliable way of delivering economic empowerment and reducing poverty. To that end, many businesses commit considerable resources to education, training and development programmes across their sphere of influence. In this Insight we look at education as a human right, the state of education today, and the role of business in helping to ensure univeral access to primary education. 

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