Right to Education project

promoting mobilisation and legal accountability – a project of ActionAid International, London – also in french and spanish

Linked with MDGs and the right to education: a series of policy briefs from the RTE Project.

The Right to Education Project aims to promote social mobilisation and legal accountability, looking to focus on the legal challenges to the right to education. The cornerstone of the Project is this wide-reaching website on education rights, a partial continuation of the groundbreaking website (under the same address) of the former UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education, Katarina Tomaševski … (about 1/2).

Homepage; Sitemap;
Database; Forum; Media; Jobs; FAQs; Partners;
Address: c/o ActionAid International, Hamlyn House, Macdonald Rd, LONDON N19 5PG, UK; (place page on Google maps);

About 2/2: … To ensure continued relevance and engagement with activists and the academic community the Project also undertakes comparative research to advance an understanding of the right to education. 

Housed by ActionAid International, and in partnership with the Global Campaign for Education and Amnesty International, the Right to Education Project is supported by the Open Society Institute and others.

The Project is advised by a distinctive Advisory Panel of leading scholars, human rights activists and education campaigners, all serving in their personal capacity: Amina Ibrahim, Anupam Ahuja, Camilla Croso, Christian Courtis, Christopher Colclough, Colm Ó Cuanacháin, Duncan Wilson, Elaine Unterhalter, Gorgui Sow, Ignacio Saiz, John Packer, Nevena Vučković-Šahović, Salim Vally, and Sheldon Shaeffer.

A Steering Committee is responsible for the implementation of the Project: Akanksha A. Marphatia, Angela Melchiorre, David Archer, Lucia Fry, Meghna Abraham and Peter Hyll-Larsen … (full text about).

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