Civil society groups celebrate IFC's divestment from profit-driven school chain Bridge International Academies
Colombia: Free Education Secured for 12 Million Children
Part of a law which allowed the Colombian government to charge for primary education was deemed unconstitutional after a pair of Colombian lawyers, collaborating with the law faculty at New York’s Cornell University and a coalition of civil society organisations, brought a direct challenge against its discriminatory provisions.
The Limpopo Textbook Crisis in South Africa - How SECTION27 used rights‐based strategies to hold the government accountable
In South Africa, SECTION27 has used rights-based strategies, including litigation, to hold the state accountable for not ensuring the procurement and delivery of textbooks to schools across Limpopo, a poor rural area of the country.