Marco de Acción de Dakar

La iniciativa Educación para Todos (EPT) es un compromiso mundial para dar educación básica de calidad a todos los niños, jóvenes y adultos. En el Foro Mundial sobre la Educación (Dakar, 2000), 164 gobiernos se comprometieron a hacer realidad la EPT y definieron seis objetivos que debían alcanzarse antes de 2015. Los gobiernos, los organismos de desarrollo, la sociedad civil y el sector privado están colaborando para cumplir con los objetivos de la EPT.

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Informe del Relator Especial sobre el Derecho a la Educación después de 2015

Este informe se presenta de conformidad con las resoluciones 8/4 y 17/3 del Consejo de Derechos Humanos. En él se destacan los avances recientes relacionados con la agenda para el desarrollo después de 2015, prestando especial atención a un enfoque de la educación basado en los derechos humanos. El Relator Especial aporta perspectivas sobre los objetivos de la educación y recomienda estrategias de aplicación.

Appliquer le droit à l’éducation dans l’Agenda post-2015 relatif à l’éducation

Le Right to Education Project vient de publier un document intitulé Applying Right to Education Indicators to the Post-2015 Education Agenda (Faire appliquer les indicateurs du droit à l'éducation de l’Agenda post-2015 relatif à l’éducation).

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13 February 2015

Applying Right to Education Indicators to the Post-2015 Education Agenda

This paper is the Right to Education Initiative’s contribution to the on-going discussions to refine the formulation of the post-2015 education goal and targets and to identify related indicators to measure progress towards them. This paper argues that there is a need to introduce a human rights perspective to the post-2015 agenda and furthermore that right to education indicators can give a fuller account of the progress made by States towards achieving the post-2015 goals.

Dakar Framework for Action

The Education for All (EFA) movement is a global commitment to provide quality basic education for all children, youth and adults. At the World Education Forum (Dakar, 2000), 164 governments pledged to achieve EFA and identified six goals to be met by 2015. Governments, development agencies, civil society and the private sector are working together to reach the EFA goals.

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Human Rights for All Post-2015

When governments met at the United Nationsin January 2014 to debate aspects of the sustainable development agenda to replace the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2015, over 300 civil society organizations from all parts of the world - including the Right to Educatin Project - have come together to demand human rights be integrated into every aspect of the new framework.

Contradicting Commitments - How the Achievement of Education For All is Being Undermined by the International Monetary Fund

This paper intends to demonstrate the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) role in constraining countries from increasing public expenditure in education to meet the Education For All (EFA) goals and the education-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The findings are based on research and country case studies undertaken by ActionAid International offices in Guatemala, Bangladesh, India, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria and Sierra Leone during 2004-05. These findings are complemented by similar research by the Global Campaign for Education GCE.

 

EFA Global Monitoring Report 2005: Education for All – The Quality Imperative

As many governments strive to expand basic education, they alsoface the challenge of ensuring that students stay in school long enough to acquire the knowledge they need to cope in a rapidly changing world.Assessments show that this is not happening in many countries. This Report reviews research evidence on the multiple factors that determine quality, and maps out key policies for improving the teaching and learning process, especially in low-income countries.

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