EFA Global Monitoring Report 2005: Education for All – The Quality Imperative

As many governments strive to expand basic education, they alsoface the challenge of ensuring that students stay in school long enough to acquire the knowledge they need to cope in a rapidly changing world.Assessments show that this is not happening in many countries. This Report reviews research evidence on the multiple factors that determine quality, and maps out key policies for improving the teaching and learning process, especially in low-income countries.

Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education on Normative Action for Quality Education

This report examines national and international norms and standards, as well as policies regarding quality in education. The Special Rapporteur underscores the need to promote the adoption of norms at the national level establishing the right to quality education, consistent with the international legal human rights framework and relevant initiatives at the national, regional and international levels. In conclusion, the Special Rapporteur provides recommendations aimed at promoting quality education.

Making Education For All a Reality

Beyond 2015 is a global campaign aiming to influence the creation of a post 2015 development framework that succeeds the current UN Millennium Development Goals. It brings together some 800 civil society organisations in over 100 countries around the world. This paper, which focuses on education, was drafted by the Global Campaign for Education with the inputs of the Right to Education Project. It takes as a starting point the right to education and pleads for a universal, equitable access to quality education.

Education Rights. A Guide for Practitioners and Activists

This guide presents ideas and methodologies to put a human rights-based approach to education in practice. It focuses on six strategic areas that are central to (and provide a framework for) a HRBA to education including: understanding and securing the right to education working with excluded groups; financing education; promoting citizen participation in education securing rights in education; advancing a full "Education for All" agenda.

La crisis de libros de texto de Limpopo en Sudáfrica: Cómo Section27 recurrió a estrategias basadas en los derechos para asegurar la rendición de cuentas del gobierno

En Sudáfrica, SECTION27 ha utilizado estrategias basadas en los derechos, incluyendo el litigio, para hacer que el estado rinda cuentas por no asegurar el suministro de libros de texto en escuelas en zona de Limpopo, un área rural y pobre del país.

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