International human rights treaties relevant to the right to education of girls and women ratified by the State

The relevant international and regional human rights treaties include: Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (and its Optional Protocols) International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (and its Optional Protocols), Convention on the Rights of the Child, and UNESCO Convention against Discrimination in Education.

In Europe: Protocol 1 to the European Convention on Human Rights, and (Revised) European Social Charter (including Article 17)

Out-of-school children rate

Total primary (or secondary) school age children who are not enrolled (because they never enrolled or because they dropped-out) in primary or secondary education expressed as a percentage of the official school-age population corresponding to the primary (or secondary) level in a given school-year. Children enrolled in pre-primary education are excluded and considered out-of-school (Source: UIS)

Are there special measures to include child labourers in education and find solutions for them and their families?

Special measures to include child labourers in education include, inter alia, adapting schools' schedules during harvest seasons in rural areas and making non-formal forms of schooling available for child labourers