Right to Education policies, “best practices” and experiences

As the global education community makes progress towards the realization of SDG 4 – Education 2030 agenda, questions related to ensuring the right to education of all children are re-emerging. Consequently, tension is building between fast, measurable and comparable progress and country-specific and qualitative progress towards the SDG vision. For example – What can be done when governments lack the resources or the political will to focus on the RTE? How do emerging trends potentially affect RTE? Can we measure progress towards fulfilling RTE for all?

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Russian version of NORRAG Special Issue 01: The Right to Education Movements and Policies: Promises and Realities

In collaboration with Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education (NUGSE), Astana, Kazakhstan, NORRAG has launched the Russian-language version of NORRAG Special Issue 01: The Right to Education Movements and Policies: Promises and Realities. The Russian version is comprised of 14 context-relevant articles from the original English volume published in 2018...
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31 January – 1 February 2019, Magaliesburg, South Africa: Philanthropy in Education in South Africa: A space for learning and collaboration

Read the report published after the conference As part of the Philanthropy in Education (PiE) series, the Zenex Foundation, NORRAG and the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), organised a roundtable discussion bringing together philanthropies, implementing partners, researchers and government representative to discuss the experience and approaches used by philanthropic organisations...
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UNESCO Global Education Monitoring report shows insufficient progress on including migrants and refugees in national education systems

UNESCO’s 2019 Global Education Monitoring Report, Migration, displacement and education, was released on 20 November in Berlin. The report shows that the number of migrant and refugee school-age children around the world today has grown by 26% since 2000 and could fill half a million classrooms. The Report highlights countries’...
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