A/HRC/53/L.10 قرار مجلس حقوق الإنسان بشأن الحق في التعليم

تم تبني القرار الخاص بالحق في التعليم خلال الدورة العادية الثالثة والخمسين لمجلس حقوق الإنسان التابع للأمم المتحدة ، في الفترة ما بين 19 يونيو و 14 يوليو 2023.

 

Report of the Special Rapporteur on the right to education: Securing the Right to education: advances and critical challenges

In her first report to the Human Rights Council, 25 years after the establishment of the mandate on the right to education, the Special Rapporteur reviews achievements, particularly on how the right to education is understood today and the obligations it entails, as well as contemporary and emerging issues that need to be considered to ensure the right to education for all, today and in the future.

A/HRC/53/27

 

Le Financement de l’Enseignement Supérieur en France: Une synthèse bibliographique des effets des politiques de financement de l’Enseignement Supérieur depuis le début des années 2000

Synthèse commissionnée par l’Initiative pour le droit à l’éducation (RTE) dans le cadre de la préparation du rapport L’enseignement supérieur en France : un droit menacé face aux inégalités croissantes ? soumis à la conférence mondiale de l’UNESCO sur l’enseignement supérieur en mai 2022.

Le Financement de l’Enseignement Supérieur en France: Une synthèse bibliographique des effets des politiques de financement de l’Enseignement Supérieur depuis le début des années 2000

Synthèse commissionnée par l’Initiative pour le droit à l’éducation (RTE) dans le cadre de la préparation du rapport L’enseignement supérieur en France : un droit menacé face aux inégalités croissantes ? soumis à la conférence mondiale de l’UNESCO sur l’enseignement supérieur en mai 2022.

Monitoring Access and Participation in Higher Education From a Human Rights Perspective

Publication front cover with text reading "Monitoring Access and Participation in Higher Education From a Human Rights Perspective" and photo of student protest with banner reading "Free education: no borders, no barriers, no business"

Higher education is part of the right to education, protected under international human rights law. This means that states have the obligation to protect respect and fulfil the right to higher education and that there are ways to hold them accountable for violations or deprivations of the right to higher education.

South African Constitutional Court confirms that the right to basic education encompasses access to final exams

The right to a basic education is one of the only socio-economic rights in the South African Constitution that is unqualified. This means that it is not subject to ‘progressive realisation’ within available resources – such as, for instance, the rights to further education, housing, healthcare, food, and social security. The right to basic education is immediately realisable, regardless of available resources.

Date: 
17 Avril 2023

Right to Education Initiative’s contribution to the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to education’s report on the right to education, advances and challenges

This documented was submitted to the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to education in February 2023, in response to a call for contributions for a report she is developing for the UN Human Rights Council.

Right to Higher Education: Unpacking the international normative framework in light of current trends and challenges

Higher education is too often dissociated from the right to education. In many countries tuition fees are on the rise, and only the privileged have access to, or succeed in completing, higher education, making it difficult to argue that there is an actual right to higher education to be enforced. However, international human rights law is clear: the right to education includes the obligation of states to ensure that higher education is made accessible to all based on capacity.

Refugees’ Access to Higher Education in their Host Countries: Overcoming the ‘super-disadvantage’

The number of forcibly displaced persons is on the rise worldwide, and they are displaced for increasingly protracted periods. Access to education for refugee children and youth remains a major concern, including at the higher education level. While data on refugee access to higher education remain scarce and incomplete, it is estimated that only 3 per cent of refugees were enrolled in higher education in 2021. This figure stands in contrast to a global gross enrolment ratio (GER)1 in higher education of 38 per cent worldwide in 2018.

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