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This country factsheet on Kenya is intended to assist practitioners identify the key national laws and policies relevant to the right to education; analyse their strengths and weaknesses; and detect the gaps between laws and policies, and practice; in order to use the empirical data collected to help define a human rights-based advocacy strategy.

It provides an overview of the obligations of the government to realise the right to education: the instruments (laws, policies, and budget) and mechanisms (commissions, courts, etc) that exist in the country to implement the right to education, and recommendations made by various national and international stakeholders (UN Agencies, NGOs…).

This legal factsheet explains the specific legal obligations international human rights law imposes on states to eliminate harmful gender stereotypes and wrongful gender stereotyping.

Factsheet detailing the legal and policy framework in Kenya applicable to early and unintended pregnancy and the right to education. 

This legal factsheet accompanies the Right to Education Initiative’s multimedia essay Caught in the crossfire: The right to education in eastern Ukraine. It has been made available for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. 

Este documento ofrece una visión concisa y útil del derecho a la educación, en particular en el contexto del actual debate constitucional en Chile. 

Brief shared at the Paris Peace Forum 2020 presented highlighting activities and achievements for the implemention of the Abidjan Principles since November 2019.

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