Erica Murphy and Meggan Le Quintrec - @RTEProject
Thursday, 29 October, 2015
From 15th to 21st October, civil society organisations from around the world convened in London for a series of workshops and public events to examine the impact of the growing involvement of private... Read more
Sam Underwood - @samunderwood25
Friday, 25 September, 2015
Making his Nobel Prize acceptance speech in 1982, Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez said:“It is not yet too late to undertake the creation of a minor utopia: a new and limitless utopia for life... Read more
Tanvir Muntasim - @TanvirMuntasim
Tuesday, 18 August, 2015
I was very pleased to be invited by UNESCO to participate in the Asia Pacific Conference on Education and Training (ACET) that took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from August 3 to 5. It was... Read more
Aurela Bozo
Monday, 10 August, 2015
I have worked for years in an NGO using strategic litigation as a tool to protect women’s rights and I strongly believe that strategic litigation is a key tool for protecting Roma rights, too. The... Read more
Maria Ron-Balsera - @RTEProject
Monday, 20 July, 2015
Right to Education Project and ActionAid are delighted to announce a small but ambitious project to deliver high-quality, human rights-based research on the impact of ‘low-cost’ private schooling on... Read more
Kevin McCague - @kevin_mccague
Wednesday, 1 July, 2015
Article 13 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights guarantees a right of everyone to education, emphasising that education should be made available and accessible, and... Read more
Barbora Černušáková - @BCernusakova
Tuesday, 2 June, 2015
Over a year ago, a group of colleagues from Amnesty International and I started field research into discrimination of Romani children in Czech primary schools. We aimed to get an in-depth... Read more
Elin Martinez - @Martinez_Elin
Thursday, 21 May, 2015
The World Education Forum, one of the most important and decisive global meetings on education, is taking place in South Korea this week, 15 years after the first global framework of action on six '... Read more
María Balarin
Friday, 15 May, 2015
Low-fee private schools are a growing phenomenon in many low and middle-income countries. Their emergence usually takes place in the context of a default privatisation processes which, though often... Read more
Ysé El Bouhali-Bouchet and Dora Tamas - @doratamas_
Tuesday, 28 April, 2015
A day of reflection on privatisation of education was organised jointly by the Sciences Po Law School Clinic, the Global Initiative for Economic and Social Rights and the Right to Education Project... Read more

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