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Presentation of the work done by the Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and Partners on addressing privatisation in education using human rights tools and mechanisms. More information on http://globalinitiative-escr.org/advocacy/privatization-in-education-research-initiative/.

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Presentation of the project on privatisation in education and human rights

  1. 1. Tackling privatisation in education using international human rights tools and mechanisms
  2. 2. Partners
  3. 3. Working closely with…
  4. 4. Three streams of work 1. Country research and advocacy 2. Normative framework on privatisation and human rights 3. Methodological guide
  5. 5. Eight countries Morocco Ghana Kenya Uganda Brazil Chile Nepal United Kingdom
  6. 6. 1. Inception training, planning 2. Research and data collection on private education 3. Writing of the parallel report 4. Presentation of the parallel report to UN human rights bodies 5. Use of UN recommen dations for national advocacy/ mobilisatio n 6. Evaluation and planning to replicate
  7. 7. CRC Concluding Observations
  8. 8. Human rights framework on privatisation Under international human rights law States must not prohibit the establishment of private educational institutions, however they must ensure that private education : 1. Does not lead to the creation of [extreme] disparities or systemic discrimination, on any ground, or be a factor of segregation or division in societies in general and education in particular; 2. Provide a true alternative choice to quality public education, and not replace the public system, as the State retains the responsibility to offer quality public education for all; 3. Does not lead to a marketization or commodification of education such that education is no longer directed to the full development of a child's personality, talents and mental and physical abilities to their fullest, but instead only to profit-making or achieving a narrow set of measurable outcomes, contrary to the aims of education recognised in human rights law; 4. Is adequately regulated, both in law and in practice, with adequate inspection staffing, effective accountability mechanisms, and without corruption; and 5. Is part of a considered education policy which was developed through a transparent and participatory consultation process and continues to be subject to democratic scrutiny, transparency and participation.
  9. 9. Lessons learned Using human rights in substance ◦ Address controversial issues ◦ Concrete ◦ Mechanisms give timeline, framework, etc. Using human rights methodology ◦ Domestic civil society partnership / mentoring ◦ Research for advocacy ◦ Working together, building a movement ◦ Connecting local and international ◦ Hard to convince partners, not everyone agrees
  10. 10. Events coming up Date Event March CIES Event in Paris April African Commission on Human and People’s Rights Session June Side-event in Geneva Review of countries October UK pre-session review in Geneva + country reviews + development of the framework + reflection on litigation in Kenya
  11. 11. Principles Expert Input Country reseach Community consultation Conceptual research
  12. 12. Involvement of private actors as providers of education acceptable Involvement of private actors as providers of education not acceptable Free public education Humanistic nature of education Inequality/segre gation Education system Public sectorPrivate sector Regulations Other Regulated private schoolsDue process
  13. 13. More information GI-ESCR http://globalinitiative-escr.org/advocacy/privatization-in- education-research-initiative/ Blog http://www.right-to-education.org/blog/bringing-issues-education- and-privatisation-un Community group http://privatisationeducationhumanright.ning.com/ Sylvain Aubry Sylvain@globalintiativ e-escr.org

Presentation of the work done by the Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and Partners on addressing privatisation in education using human rights tools and mechanisms. More information on http://globalinitiative-escr.org/advocacy/privatization-in-education-research-initiative/.

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