Dans une résolution adoptée par consensus le lundi 12 juillet, et parrainée par 54 États, le Conseil des droits de l'Homme des Nations Unies a réaffirmé sa reconnaissance des Principes d'Abidjan sur le droit à l'éducation, exhortant les États à agir contre la commercialisation de l'éducation, et a demandé aux Nations Unies de travailler avec le Partenariat mondial pour l'éducation (GPE) afin de les mettre en œuvre.
On July 12, the United Nations Human Rights Council reaffirmed its recognition of the Abidjan Principles on the right to education, urging States to act against commercialisation of education, and requested the UN to work with the
On Wednesday 28 April, RTE co-hosted a webinar in Arabic with the Arab Campaign for Education for All, as part of the wider programme of events in this year’s Global Action Week for Education.
Given shortfalls in public financing over the last few years, including for humanitarian aid in crisis situations, private actors have increasingly become involved in emergency education programs.
The National Campaign for Education Nepal (NCE), a national education coalition of 409 civil society organizations, has been working at the national and grassroots level on the implementation of the Abidjan Principles since their adoption in February 2019. In the context of COVID-19, more than 2,500 stakeholders including policy makers have been sensitised on the need to regulate the private actors during the pandemic, and the importance of the State obligations with regard to strengthening public education.