Nida Mushtaq - @nedo182
Monday, 27 June, 2016
Pakistan’s implementation of the Convention on the Rights of Child, which it ratified in 1990, was recently reviewed by the UN Committee on the Rights of Child. The State party was represented by an... Read more
Maria Ron Balsera - @RTEProject
Thursday, 23 June, 2016
Public-Private Partnership (PPP) is an umbrella term that refers to the arrangement between a government and one or more private actors to provide a service, in this case, education. This arrangement... Read more
Delphine Dorsi - @RTEproject
Thursday, 23 June, 2016
Non-State actors’ involvement in education has increased in many parts of the world over the past three decades, and private education is being promoted and explored by some education stakeholders as... Read more
Erica Murphy - @RTEProject
Friday, 29 April, 2016
On 11 April, 2016 the Right to Education Project launched the Right to Education Monitoring Guide (‘Guide’) and Right to Education Indicators Selection Tool (‘Tool’) at the UCL Institute of Education... Read more
Refaat Sabbah
Wednesday, 30 March, 2016
The launch of the Arabic version of the Right to Education Project's website comes at a time when the Arab world is struggling to guarantee the right to education. Political instability and armed... Read more
17 June 2016
17 June 2016This is a joint statement of the East African Centre for Human Rights in Kenya, the Initiative for Social and Economic Rights in Uganda, the Global Initiative for Economic, Social and... Read more
17 June 2016
(Geneva, 16 June 2016) A week after the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child expressed concerns about the UK’s funding of commercial private schools in developing countries, today another UN body... Read more
14 June 2016
This volunteer role is a unique opportunity to gain valuable communications work experience in the NGO sector. The Right to Education Project (RTE), housed at ActionAid International in London, is a... Read more
10 June 2016
(London, 10 June 2016)In an unprecedented statement on 9 June 2016, the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC) expressed concern about the UK's “funding of low-fee, private and... Read more
2 June 2016
Update: the Court has rejected the Kansas legislature's attempt to comply with its order and has given the Legislature until 30 June, 2016 "to craft a constitutionally suitable solution and minimise... Read more