As of October 2010: 173
6 countries have signed the Convention but not yet ratified it.
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We have 200+ indicators, all using a framework of core state obligations. The tree illutrates how they interlink, grow and are rooted in human rights law.
Conference on the right to inclusive education under the CRPD on 22 February 2014 in Galway, Ireland
NEW RTE Policy brief on Learning Outcomes Assessments: A Human Rights Perspective
NEW HANDBOOK on The Right to Education published by Amnesty International's Special Programme on Africa in collaboration with the Right to Education Project
NEW Report : Entitled to Education, Using International Human Rights Law to advocate for the right to education in the occupied Palestinian territory
NEW advocacy tool: At What Age?...Early marriage and the right to education
RTE paper on Using Human Rights Standards to Assess Privatisation of Education in Africa
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