En el marco del COVID-19, el Consejo de Derechos Humanos de la ONU reafirma el reconocimiento de los Principios de Abiyán y llama a la acción conjunta entre la ONU y el GPE

En una resolución adoptada por consenso el lunes 12 de julio, y patrocinada por 54 Estados, el Consejo de Derechos Humanos de las Naciones Unidas reafirmó su reconocimiento de los Principios de Abiyán sobre el derecho a la educación, instando a los Estados a actuar contra la comercialización de la educación, y solicitó a la ONU que trabaje con la Alianza Mundial para la Educación (GPE, por sus siglas en inglés) para implementarlo. 
 
Está declaración está firmado por 25 organizaciones, entre ellas RTE. 
 

Human Right to education: horizons and meanings in the post-pandemic

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The Latin American Campaign for the Right to Education (CLADE, by its Spanish acronym) is a pluralistic network of civil society organizations with a presence in 18 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, which promotes social mobilization and political advocacy to defend the human right to education. This collection of articles, essays and statements reflect on the vital role of public education in the region and the fault lines exposed by the pandemic, considering both the challenges public education in Latin America faces and possible solutions, alternatives and ways forward.

Déclaration mondiale sur l’éducation pour tous et cadre d’action pour répondre aux besoins éducatifs fondamentaux (Déclaration de Jomtien)

Le Cadre d'action accompagne la Déclaration mondiale sur l'éducation pour tous; elle est destinée à servir de référence et de guide aux gouvernements nationaux, aux organisations internationales, aux éducateurs et aux professionnels du développement pour la formulation de leurs propres plans d'action pour la mise en œuvre de la Déclaration mondiale.

 

Bright and Early: How Financing Pre-Primary Education Gives Every Child a Fair Start in Life.

This paper shows that pre-primary education has not yet achieved the level of priority necessary in domestic policies and budgets, with nearly all low-income countries dedicating less than 5 per cent of their education budgets to pre-primary education. The most disadvantaged, marginalised and vulnerable, who stand to gain the most from investments in pre-primary education, are frequently left behind.

Rapport du Rapporteur Spécial sur le droit à l'éducation : Financement de l'éducation et mise à jour sur l'éducation dans les situations d'urgence

Ce rapport est consacré à la question du financement national de l’éducation de base. Il passe en revue les obligations de financement de l’éducation des États en vertu des droits de l’homme et fournit des exemples concrets de cadres juridiques nationaux qui garantissent un financement national. Le rapport contient également une mise à jour sur l’éducation dans les situations d’urgence, conformément à la résolution 64/290 de l’Assemblée générale.

Using the common law to realise basic rights in South Africa: The case of Komape v Minister of Basic Education

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 Roman Dutch law. After Apartheid ended, racist and authoritarian laws had to be abolished or amended to be consistent with a variety of rights enshrined in the Constitution of South Africa, 1996.

Date: 
8 April 2020

The non-compliance by France with its extra-territorial obligations regarding the right to education through its investment in Bridge International Academies

France’s investment in the education multinational Bridge International Academies (BIA) has raised serious concerns regarding the extraterritorial obligations (ETOs) of France, in relation to the rights set out in the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR), particularly, the right to education.

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