Two women in front of WHEC2022
Delphine Dorsi - @DelphineDorsi and Juliana Lima - @ju_lvcpm
Tuesday, 31 May, 2022
The UNESCO World Higher Education Conference (WHEC 20222) that took place in Barcelona, Spain, from 18-20 May was a great and grandiose event that gathered around 1,500 in person participants - and... Read more
Juliana Lima
Monday, 30 May, 2022
On 10 May, we held a roundtable discussion with French State representatives and the academic community on the right to higher education in France, to discuss the issues of territorial inequalities... Read more
Eleanor Rosenbach
Monday, 28 February, 2022
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... Read more
Eleanor Rosenbach
Monday, 24 January, 2022
Recently, Right to Education Initiative had the honour of interviewing Mercedes Mayol Lassalle, World President of the World Organization for Early Childhood Education (OMEP). In post since 2020,... Read more
Black and white image of a food bank warehouse
Inès Girard, Fiona Vanston and Elodie Faïd
Thursday, 29 July, 2021
In our last article, we addressed the impact of Covid-19 on students' mental health. We highlighted how financial struggles increase the risk of mental health issues, and the ways in which the Covid-... Read more
Graffiti in French about students, Covid-19 and suicide
Inès Girard, Fiona Vanston and Elodie Faïd
Friday, 9 July, 2021
The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the access to higher education in numerous ways, some of them indirect. Students encounter difficulties such as mental health or precarity issues that result... Read more
Inès Girard, Fiona Vanston and Elodie Faïd
Thursday, 1 July, 2021
A major innovation brought about by globalization within higher education is the increase in academic mobility. Every year, millions of students cross borders to access higher education, or to... Read more
Rajakumari Michaelsamy
Wednesday, 30 June, 2021
One out of two children do not receive pre-school education. This situation has worsened due to the mass closure of preschools education due to the COVID 19 pandemic, affecting more than 155 million... Read more
Inès Girard, Fiona Vanston and Elodie Faïd
Wednesday, 23 June, 2021
While the Covid-19 pandemic has raised many difficulties for all students in terms of access to higher education online, coping with mental health issues, and escaping economic precarity, those in... Read more
Man looking at computer screen
Inès Girard, Fiona Vanston and Elodie Faïd
Tuesday, 15 June, 2021
Access to a reliable internet connection has become increasingly important over the last year, as much of day to day life switched from in person to online as the pandemic raged through the world.... Read more

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