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Education Rights: A Guide for Practitioners and Activists
Author(s) Kate Newman
Publisher ActionAid International
Place of Publication Johannesburg
Year of Publication 2007
ISBN/ISSN -
Language(s) English, Spanish
Keywords guide, development workers, NGO staff, policy makers, school administrators, teachers, formal education, human rights-based approach (HRBA), right to education
Description This guide presents ideas and methodologies to put a human rights-based approach to education in practice. It focuses on six strategic areas that are central to (and provide a framework for) a HRBA to education including: understanding and securing the right to education working with excluded groups; financing education; promoting citizen participation in education securing rights in education; advancing a full "Education for All" agenda. Each section begins with a brief overview of key issues to be considered and then discusses a range of activities which could be developed within a scheme of work. Short practical examples are given, from a wide range of countries. The majority of the activities focus on work at the local level, but national and international links are also discussed. Within each section two or three areas are analysed in more detail.
URL(s) http://www.hrea.org/erc/Library/EducationRights.pd
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PDF  English
http://www.actionaid.org/assets/pdf/Education%20Ri
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PDF  Spanish
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