L'avenir du droit à l'éducation : Document de recherche et d’orientation concernant l'initiative sur l'évolution du droit à l'éducation

Ce document de recherche et d’orientation étudie certains aspects du droit à l'éducation qui pourraient nécessiter un ancrage plus solide dans le cadre normatif international et une expansion potentielle pour le 21st siècle. L'éducation numérique, la mobilité croissante des personnes, l'évolution démographique, le changement climatique et les attentes en matière de possibilités d'apprentissage tout au long de la vie ne sont que quelques-uns des domaines qui mettent à l'épreuve les limites du cadre normatif international existant.

Bringing into focus the future of the right to education: Policy-oriented research paper as part of the Initiative on the evolving right to education

This policy-oriented research paper investigates some of the aspects of the right to education that might require a stronger footing in the international normative framework and potential expansion for the 21st century. Digital education, increasing human mobility, changing demographics, climate change, and expectations of opportunities for learning throughout life are just a few of the areas that are testing the limits of the existing international normative framework.

Our Common Agenda Policy Brief 10: Transforming Education

The right to education and lifelong learning is at the very heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development because education, knowledge and learning are central to the dignity, growth and development of the individual. For centuries, education has been the great equalizer, a driving force of nation-building, and the engine of social, cultural, economic and technological progress. Today, however, beset by twin crises of equity and relevance, education as we know it is no longer fit for purpose.

Engaging with partners and stakeholders ahead of France’s review by the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

The Sciences Po Law Clinic serves as a bridge between academia and civil society, providing an experiential learning platform for students to address real-world legal challenges and promote social change.

Date: 
28 Febrero 2024

استعادة التعليم الرسمي للجميع

في عالم يواجه التَّمزق الاجتماعي، والتفاوت البيئي والمناخي؛ نحتاج إلى التعليم الرسمي ذي الجودة والتحول والشمول الآن أكثر من أي وقت مضى. بينما تكافح أنظمتنا السياسية لتعزيز الديمقراطية، وإرساء قيم المواطنة، ومكافحة التمييز، مما يمكن التعليم الرسمي المجاني من خلق جمهور مستنير متمكن وقادرٍ على التعامل مع هذه التحديات العالمية.

 

Garantir le droit à l’éducation : progrès et difficultés majeures Rapport de la Rapporteuse spéciale sur le droit à l’éducation, Farida Shaheed

Le présent rapport de la Rapporteuse spéciale sur le droit à l’éducation, Farida Shaheed, est soumis à l’occasion du vingt-cinquième anniversaire de la création du mandat relatif au droit à l’éducation. Dans son rapport, la Rapporteuse spéciale passe en revue les résultats obtenus dans le domaine du droit à l’éducation et expose la manière dont on conçoit ce droit et les obligations qui en découlent, ainsi que les questions contemporaines et nouvelles dont il convient de tenir compte pour garantir le droit à l’éducation pour tous, aujourd’hui et à l’avenir.

 

Afianzar el derecho a la educación: avances y obstáculos críticos - Informe de la Relatora Especial sobre el derecho a la educación, Farida Shaheed

Este informe de la Relatora Especial sobre el derecho a la educación, Farida Shaheed, se presenta con ocasión del 25º aniversario del establecimiento del mandato sobre el derecho a la educación. En su informe, la Relatora Especial examina los logros realizados en este ámbito, cómo se entiende el derecho a la educación y las obligaciones que conlleva, así como cuestiones tanto contemporáneas como emergentes que deben tenerse en cuenta para garantizar el derecho a la educación para todos, hoy y en el futuro.

 

RTE and more than 200 organisations and trade unions call for the adoption of the Africa Group resolution on a UN Tax Convention

On 11 October 2023, the Africa Group at the United Nations tabled a proposal calling for a comprehensive UN tax convention. Now, over 200 organisations and trade unions, among them RTE, have sent a letter to governments calling for the adoption of the Africa Group’s resolution, and stressing that this issue should be treated as a matter of highest priority and urgency.

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.

RTE and GI-ESCR statement on the UN Special Rapporteur's report - Securing the right to education: advances and critical challenges (A/HRC/53/27)

This written statement was submitted by GI-ESCR and RTE during the 53rd session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva. It was submitted in relation to the presentation of the report of the Special Rapporteur on the right to education: Securing the right to education: advances and critical challenges (A/HRC/53/27).

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