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Tackling privatisation in
education using international
human rights tools and
mechanisms
EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL 7TH CONG...
A growing movement
Country
E
Involvement of private actors as providers of education acceptable
Involvement of private actors as providers of...
Three streams of work
1. Country research and advocacy
2. Global rights advocacy
3. Normative framework on privatisation a...
1. Country research: 9 countries
Morocco
Ghana
Kenya
Uganda
Brazil
Chile
Nepal
Pakistan
United Kingdom
1. Research and data
collection on private
education - report
2. Advocacy UN human
rights bodies in Geneva
3. Use of UN
re...
1. Research and data
collection on private
education - report
2. Advocacy UN human
rights bodies in Geneva
3. Use of UN
re...
1. Research and data
collection on private
education - report
2. Advocacy UN human
rights bodies in Geneva
3. Use of UN
re...
CRC Concluding Observations
GHANA
• The Committee is concerned about “the trend towards
privatisation of education”
• The Committee recommends to “Ass...
Three streams of work (2)
1. Country research and advocacy
2. Global rights advocacy
3. Normative framework on privatisati...
Urges all States to give full effect to the right to education by, inter alia, complying with their obligations
to respect...
Three streams of work (3)
1. Country research and advocacy
2. Global rights advocacy
3. Normative framework on privatisati...
Country
E
Involvement of private actors as providers of education acceptable
Involvement of private actors as providers of...
What can you do?
 Monitor the situation and share news, information, pieces of laws and legislation…
 Conduct research, ...
More
information
GI-ESCR http://bit.ly/privatisationproject
Blog http://www.right-to-education.org/blog/bringing-
issues-e...
Presentation of the work on privatisation in education - Education International 7th Congress July 2015 Ottawa
Presentation of the work on privatisation in education - Education International 7th Congress July 2015 Ottawa
Presentation of the work on privatisation in education - Education International 7th Congress July 2015 Ottawa
Presentation of the work on privatisation in education - Education International 7th Congress July 2015 Ottawa
Presentation of the work on privatisation in education - Education International 7th Congress July 2015 Ottawa
Presentation of the work on privatisation in education - Education International 7th Congress July 2015 Ottawa
Presentation of the work on privatisation in education - Education International 7th Congress July 2015 Ottawa
Presentation of the work on privatisation in education - Education International 7th Congress July 2015 Ottawa
Presentation of the work on privatisation in education - Education International 7th Congress July 2015 Ottawa
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  1. 1. Tackling privatisation in education using international human rights tools and mechanisms EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL 7TH CONGRESS 20TH JULY 2015, OTTAWA
  2. 2. A growing movement
  3. 3. Country E Involvement of private actors as providers of education acceptable Involvement of private actors as providers of education not acceptable Countr y B Country D Country C Education system in country A Public sectorPrivate sector Regulations Other
  4. 4. Three streams of work 1. Country research and advocacy 2. Global rights advocacy 3. Normative framework on privatisation and human rights
  5. 5. 1. Country research: 9 countries Morocco Ghana Kenya Uganda Brazil Chile Nepal Pakistan United Kingdom
  6. 6. 1. Research and data collection on private education - report 2. Advocacy UN human rights bodies in Geneva 3. Use of UN recommendations for national advocacy/mobilisation
  7. 7. 1. Research and data collection on private education - report 2. Advocacy UN human rights bodies in Geneva 3. Use of UN recommendations for national advocacy/mobilisation
  8. 8. 1. Research and data collection on private education - report 2. Advocacy UN human rights bodies in Geneva 3. Use of UN recommendations for national advocacy/mobilisation
  9. 9. CRC Concluding Observations
  10. 10. GHANA • The Committee is concerned about “the trend towards privatisation of education” • The Committee recommends to “Assess and address the consequences of the rapid development of private education in the State party and its impact on the full realization of children’s right to education in accordance with the Convention and ensure the effective and efficient regulation and monitoring of private education providers, through the Private School Desk within the Ghana Education Service” UGANDA “the Committee recommends that the State party assumes primary responsibility for the provision of quality education to all children. To this end it should: - Allocate sufficient resources to the education sector with a view to improving infrastructure of schools including sanitation, working conditions of teachers, and teaching materials; - Strengthen regulations and expand monitoring and oversight mechanisms for private education institutions CHILE • “Take all the necessary measures to ensure that the reform of the education system eliminate all the mechanisms that create discrimination and segregation of the students on the basis of their social and economic conditions” http://bit.ly/privatisationproject
  11. 11. Three streams of work (2) 1. Country research and advocacy 2. Global rights advocacy 3. Normative framework on privatisation and human rights
  12. 12. Urges all States to give full effect to the right to education by, inter alia, complying with their obligations to respect, protect and fulfil the right to education by all appropriate means, including by taking measures, such as: (a)Putting in place a regulatory framework guided by international human rights obligations for education providers that establishes, inter alia, minimum norms and standards for the creation and operation of educational institutions; (b)Expanding educational opportunities for all without discrimination, paying particular attention to girls, marginalized children and persons with disabilities, by, inter alia, recognizing the significant importance of public investment in education, to the maximum of available resources, and strengthening the engagement with communities, local actors and civil society to contribute to education as a public good; (c)Ensuring that education is consistent with human rights standards and principles, including those laid down in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in international human rights treaties; (d)Monitoring private education providers and holding accountable those whose practices have a negative impact on the enjoyment of the right to education by, inter alia, engaging with existing national human rights mechanisms, parliamentarians and civil society; (e)Strengthening access to appropriate remedies and reparation for victims of violations of the right to education; (f) Supporting research and awareness-raising activities to better understand the wide-ranging impact of the commercialization of education on the enjoyment of the right to education;
  13. 13. Three streams of work (3) 1. Country research and advocacy 2. Global rights advocacy 3. Normative framework on privatisation and human rights
  14. 14. Country E Involvement of private actors as providers of education acceptable Involvement of private actors as providers of education not acceptable Countr y B Country D Country C Education system in country A Public sectorPrivate sector Regulations Other Free quality education Humanistic nature of education Inequality/segregati on Regulated private schools Adequate process
  15. 15. What can you do?  Monitor the situation and share news, information, pieces of laws and legislation…  Conduct research, write a report, and engage in human rights reporting, with partners  Raise awareness, engage with the media, share news and information  Be active online, #EducationBeforeProfit  Join the international advocacy movement! Meeting in October in London
  16. 16. More information GI-ESCR http://bit.ly/privatisationproject Blog http://www.right-to-education.org/blog/bringing- issues-education-and-privatisation-unSylvain Aubry Sylvain@globalintiativ e-escr.org Twitter: @saubryhr

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