Mila Harding - @SECTION27news
Wednesday, 8 April, 2020
The law of Delict in South Africa (which would be called “the law of torts” elsewhere) has a complicated legacy. It is part of the South African common law – a colonial artefact originating from... Read more
Empty school classroom in Senegal.
Elin Martinez - @Martinez_Elin
Thursday, 19 March, 2020
UNESCO reports that 119 countries have closed schools nationwide since the COVID-19 outbreak, disrupting the learning and education of an estimated 897 million students. Millions more could be... Read more
Dr. Maria Ron Balsera
Tuesday, 10 December, 2019
I’m writing this blog on the eve of Human Rights Day, following celebrations of the 30th anniversary of the Convention of the Rights of the Child.  On 10 December 1948 the United Nations General... Read more
Delphine Dorsi
Friday, 29 November, 2019
RTE’s director, Delphine Dorsi, participated in the dinner organised for the 10thanniversary of Protect Education in Insecurity and Conflict (PEIC), a programme of Education Above All, where she... Read more
Ashina Mtsumi - @ashezz_m
Thursday, 7 November, 2019
Local governments in Nepal are in the process of developing legislation on education following the implementation of the Constitution which delegates responsibility for providing free and compulsory... Read more
24 April 2020
The Right to Education Initiative (RTE) is seeking new trustees with relevant skills and expertise to join our international Board of Trustees and help us to achieve our objectives. This is an... Read more
15 April 2020
The European Committee of Social Rights, which monitors compliance with the European Social Charter refers to the Abidjan Principles (APs) in its most recent set of conclusions - which include... Read more
10 April 2020
The World Bank Group’s International Finance Corporation (IFC) has set a new precedent in upholding the right to education in an official commitment to freeze investments in private for-profit pre-... Read more
31 March 2020
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on education has been huge. Unesco estimates that the pandemic has affected nearly 90% of the world's students. That's 1.54 billion learners out of school in 185... Read more
31 March 2020
On 16 April, the Right to Education Initiative will participate in an online panel The Abidjan Principles on the right to education: A practical tool to address global challenges to the provision of... Read more