توفر هذه المكتبة الالكترونية موارد من مشروع الحق في التعليم وكذلك من المنظمات الشريكة الأخرى، كما ويمكنكم تحديد الموارد ذات الصلة حسب الموضوع والمنطقة والبلد ونوع المحتوى واللغة. الرجاء ملاحظة أن الموارد ستكون متاحة بلغات أخرى قريبا. انظر أيضا قائمة قواعد البيانات المفيدة للحصول على معلومات عن إنفاذ الحق في التعليم على المستوى الوطني

In recent decades, governments have made considerable efforts to provide education for all. However, a large gap remains between international commitments, such as the Sustainable Development Goal 4, and the actual achievement of equitable quality education for all. As a result, certain actors often critique public education as ineffective and inefficient, and thus incapable of addressing this issue. They argue for privatisation as a solution, deeming private providers as more innovative and effective than public ones. However, shortcomings in public education often arise not from lack of capacity, but lack of political will.

This review of examples of public education in low- and middle-income countries shows that, in direct contrast to widely disseminated (and empirically unvalidated) ideas, public education can be highly effective, efficient, and transformative and, crucially, it is possible to develop quality public education everywhere. 

Public education is often critiqued as ineffective and inefficient. However, where shortcomings in public education are identified, they can often be attributed not to lack of capacity, but lack of political will. Reviewing seven examples of public education in developing countries, this research shows that, in direct contrast to widely disseminated ideas, public education can be the most effective, efficient, and transformative approach to education, and, crucially, it is possible to develop quality public education everywhere.

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The Right to Education Initiative's Annual Report 2019 includes information about us, the activities we have undertaken as well as our key achievements and impacts in our thematic areas: Privatisation and human rights; Monitoring of the right to education; and the right to education of migrants.

Key resource

This UNESCO study provides a global overview and an analysis of the adoption of legal provisions for free and compulsory pre-primary education at national level. The analysis, prepared by UNESCO in cooperation with the ‘Right to Education Initiative’, is based on research carried out on qualitative data for 193 UNESCO Member States conducted by UNESCO, and complemented by in-depth research on 17 countries carried out by the ‘Right to Education Initiative’.

Key resource

This monitoring guide is designed to help civil society organisations monitor education under attack from a human rights perspective. It will guide you through:

I: the importance of monitoring

II: give you advice on what to look for and how to collect data

III: provide you with a list of indicators you might want to look at

IV: give recommendations on how and who to report to when identifying violations of the right to education. 

It is part of a series of thematic guidance notes providing practical advice on monitoring various aspects of the right to education from a human rights perspective. These guides are based on, and supplement, the Right to Education Initiative’s right to education monitoring guide, which provides a human rights framework for monitoring education and education-related issues, as well as our experiences across various monitoring initiatives that we have undertaken with partners from all over the world. 

See also the sister publication: Education Under Attack: a guidance note for journalists and photographers 

This report presents information collected in the scope of the Lusophone Network for the Right to Education (ReLus) on the situation of guaranteeing the right to education during the moment of emergency caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. It is launched as part of the Brazilian Action Week for Education 2021 and intends to present a comparative exploratory study on the challenges faced in the context of different Portuguese-speaking countries and the emergency policies adopted.

De acuerdo con el derecho internacional la educación es un derecho humano fundamental. Aunque debería ser un derecho cuyo ejercicio estuviera al alcance de todo el mundo, los migrantes deben hacer frente a varios retos en el disfrute de su derecho a la educación. En el presente informe, la Relatora Especial se propone comprender estos retos y considerar la situación de facto y de iure del derecho a la educación de los migrantes en todo el mundo.

Mediante un análisis de los marcos jurídicos internacionales y regionales y de más de 500 documentos pertinentes elaborados por organizaciones no gubernamentales (ONG) y órganos de las Naciones Unidas, el informe presenta sus principales conclusiones en términos del marco de las 4As para el derecho a la educación: disponibilidad, accesibilidad, aceptabilidad y adaptabilidad, así como en términos de cuestiones transversales relacionadas con la identidad. El informe identifica cuestiones clave para garantizar el derecho de los migrantes a la educación, incluidas las capacidades de las instituciones educativas públicas, y los retos a los que se enfrentan los migrantes para tener acceso a instalaciones educativas y oportunidades educativas de calidad que tengan en cuenta las necesidade s concretas de los grupos de migrantes.

El informe propone recomendaciones clave para mejorar la protección y garantizar a los migrantes el pleno disfrute de su derecho a la educación a través de la implementación del marco de las 4As para el derecho a la educación.

Le 29 octobre 2021, le Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU, composé de 15 membres, a adopté une résolution unanime, saluée comme la première du genre, qui condamne les attaques contre les écoles, les enfants et les enseignants et exhorte les parties en conflit à protéger immédiatement le droit à l'éducation. Il est important de noter que la résolution rend explicites les liens entre l'éducation, la paix et la sécurité.

 

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El 29 de octubre de 2021, los 15 miembros del Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU adoptaron una resolución unánime, aclamada como la primera de este tipo, que condena los ataques contra escuelas, niños y maestros e insta a las partes en conflicto a salvaguardar de inmediato el derecho a la educación. Es importante destacar que la resolución hace explícitos los vínculos entre educación, paz y seguridad.

 

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On 29 October 2021, the 15-member UN Security council adopted a unanimous resolution, hailed as the first of its kind, which condemns attacks against schools, children and teachers and urges conflict parties to immediately safeguard the right to education. Importantly, the resolution makes explicit the links between education, peace and security. 

 

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