Guide to a strategic approach to human rights education

How national human rights institutions (NHRIs) can benefit from their unique position and set winning priorities. The guide aims to support NHRIs in adopting a strategic approach to human rights education based on guided exercises and reflections on the specific contexts of NHRIs, the challenges they meet and the unique role and responsibilities of NHRIs in the field of human rights education. The guide also suggests common standards for NHRIs work on human rights education.

 

Accountability in education: Meeting our commitments (2017-8 youth version)

SDG 4, right to education, global education monitoring report, sustainable development goals

This youth report, based on findings and conclusions from the 2017/8 Global Education Monitoring report, asks how young people are involved in the process of accountability in education. As students, what are we responsible for in our education and how are we held accountable? How can we make sure other actors–like schools, universities and governments–are held accountable for their responsibilities?

Initial reflections on ‘Accountability in education: Meeting our commitments’

The new Global Education Monitoring Report is ground-breaking in placing accountability at the centre of its attention. As the report notes, the concept of accountability was shockingly absent from the framing of the Sustainable Development Goals–making it relatively easy for heads of state to sign up to them, as they could be confident that there were few consequences if they failed to deliver.

Date: 
24 تشرين اﻷول (أكتوبر) 2017

Include Us! A study of disability among Plan International's sponsored children

Based upon Plan International's dataset of 1.4 million sponsored children, the report compares sponsored children with a disability to those without, from 30 countries worldwide. The report, produced in collaboration with London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, reveals that children with disabilities in developing countries are being held back from an education. The findings will help Plan International - and other researchers and organisations - to improve responses to the needs of children with disabilities, particularly their health and education.

تقرير األمين العام: مسألة إعمال الحقوق االقتصاةية وااليتماعية والثقافية ف يميق البلدان

يسترضرا األمتع الضتاا ا تتيا الروريتر التروااال اتع ا وتوت اعير تا ي واعجرماع ت والثواف ت وارتار فتتدام الرنم ت ابستردام او ت ما رتع مروتارارعو ويستلال العتو علت ابساواة ومبدفي عدا الرم ز وابسا ل و فعت ا عتن جتا الب اتتال الوتالى علت اوتوت ا تستان او ت ا األستاس لعتمان خن تي ت عتاا ٢٠3٠ ا ريوت خرست متا الرزامتال التدول وجت الوتاتون التدوحيد واتد الروريتر الرلتديال وال تري الرل ست ف متا يرضلت االرن تي الوتالى علت اوتتوت ا تستتان ت تت الرنم تت ابستتردام لضتتاا ٢٠3٠ ومستتا ال اال تتال الدول تت وتتوت ا تسانو وخيررى ارو ال ا تيا الشأند

Monitoring the Right to Education of Out-of-School Girls in Tanzania

Tanzania has one of the highest child marriage rates in the world. According to the UN Population Fund, 37% of girls are married by age eighteen. In Tanzania, as in many other countries, child marriage usually means the end of a girls’ education. Girls are forced to drop-out of school or else don’t progress to secondary school.

Date: 
25 تموز (يوليو) 2016

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