Réclamer l'éducation publique pour toutes et tous

Dans un monde en proie à la fragmentation sociale, aux inégalités dommageables et à la détérioration de l'environnement, nous avons besoin plus que jamais d'une éducation publique de qualité, transformatrice et inclusive. Alors que nos systèmes politiques s'efforcent de résister à l'autocratie tout en promouvant la démocratie, l'éducation publique gratuite peut contribuer à former des populations bien informées, capables de relever ces défis mondiaux.

Le public soutient l'éducation publique, et l'éducation publique fonctionne.

Reclaiming Public Education for All

In a world facing social fragmentation, harmful inequities, and environmental deterioration, we need quality, transformative, inclusive public education now more than ever. As our political systems struggle to resist autocracy and to foster democracy, free public education can help create a well-informed public with the capacity to address these global challenges.

The public supports public education, and public education works.

Demanding accountability: Joint statement in response to reports of a child sexual abuse cover up at the World Bank

A statement signed by 33 organisations who are gravely concerned about the recent media report of child sexual abuse at Bridge International Academies in Kenya, and allegations that the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation (IFC) for years turned a blind eye to the abuse.

Building blocks for a Comprehensive Model Regulatory Framework for Private Schools in India

The aim of this document is to create a set of key building blocks for developing a model national regulatory framework for private schools, that can be adapted by states to their context. As such, the starting point is not a pre-determined framework, but a content analysis of provisions that exist in the laws of India’s states and union territories.

UK’s development finance ‘harming society and the environment’: civil society organisations respond to critical report by UK Parliamentary International Development Committee

This joint statement signed by RTE and 18 CSOs responds to a report published in September 2023 by the International Development Committee (IDC) of the UK House of Commons, entitled ‘Investment for development - The UK’s Strategy towards Development Finance Initiatives. The report’ raises major concerns about the UK’s investments as part of development aid which the signatory organisations working on education share and reiterate.

Can profit-making in education be justified? Celebrating the Abidjan Principles Third Anniversary

The Abidjan Principles are now entering into their fourth year. In a relatively short period, they have achieved widespread recognition across multiple fields, with official recognitions now totalling ten.

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GEM Report 2021/2: non-state actors in education: who chooses? who loses?

Non-state actors’ role extends beyond provision of schooling to interventions at various education levels and influence spheres. Alongside its review of progress towards SDG 4, including emerging evidence on the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact, the 2021/2 Global Education Monitoring Report urges governments to see all institutions, students and teachers as part of a single system. Standards, information, incentives and accountability should help governments protect, respect and fulfil the right to education of all, without turning their eyes away from privilege or exploitation.

التمييز المجتمعي،فقاعات المدارس الخاصة وتضاؤل الدعم الماضي للتعليم العام: الخصخصة في العالم العربي

في يوم الأربعاء ٢٨ أبريل استضافت مبادرة الحق في التعليم(RTE)  بالمشاركة مع الحملة العربية للتعليم للجميع  حلقة دراسية شبكية في سياق فعاليات الأسبوع العالمي للتعليم لهذا العام. استقطب الحدث مشاركين ومتحدثين من عدة دول عربية من أجل تداول وجهات النظر حول التحديات الخاصة التي تواجهها المنطقة. 

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