28 حزيران (يونيو) 2021

On June 15, RTE, GI-ESCR, NORRAG and California State University, Sacramento co-organised an online event to launch the book ‘Realizing the Abidjan Principles on the Right to Education: Human Rights, Public Education and the Role of Private Actors in Education’.

More than 100 people joined the online event to hear chapter authors and editors present the most salient and crucial aspects of their work in two minutes or less. The discussion which followed emphasised the varied challenges and developments in different national and educational contexts with regards the defense and protection of the right to education.

‘Realizing the Abidjan Principles on the Right to Education: Human Rights, Public Education and the Role of Private Actors in Education’ is a collaborative initiative, co published by Edward Elgar and NORRAG, and jointly edited by Delphine Dorsi, RTE’s Executive Director, Sylvain Aubrey (GI-ESCR), Frank Adamson (Sacramento State University), and Mireille de Koning (Open Society Foundations). 

The book is available to read and download for free via open source.

If you missed the event, catch up on the full recording here:

 

Pressed for time? Watch individual authors' contributions instead: 

Chapter 2: Magdalena Sepúlveda Carmona: Human Rights Guiding Principles: A Forward-Looking Retrospective

 
 

Chapter 3: Jacqueline Mowbray: Is there a Right to Public Education?

 

Chapter 3: Sandra Fredman: State funding of Private Education - The Role of Human Rights

 

Chapter 5: Joanna Härmä: Evidence on School Choice and the Human Right to Education

 

Chapter 7: Mauro C. Moschetti: Understanding the Diverging Effects of Public-Private Partnerships in Education

 

Chapter 8: Linda Oduor-Noah: The Growth of Private Actors in Education in East Africa

 

Chapter 9: Marie-France Lange: The Evolution and Forms of Education Privatization within Francophone Countries

 

Chapter 10: Frank Adamson, Delphine Dorsi: Synthesizing the Research to Strengthen the Implementation of the Abidjan Principles