Additionally please explore, in the menu on the left, what we have identified on the following important topics:
National law and policies on fee or for free – is school free in your country?
National law and policies on minimum ages – does your country protect its children?
UN Conventions – has your country ratified or made reservations?
UN Reporting – finding all UN documents and reports on your country
UN Universal Periodic Review – when is your country up for review?
UNESCO – has your country ratified UNESCO’s conventions?
ILO conventions – which of these has your country ratified?
Regional conventions – what is your country´s status of ratification and can you take a complaint?
Mobilisation – who to contact and work with in your country? NEW!
Statistics – what are the numbers and how to understand them, in your country and region? (coming soon)
We have tried to present the most relevant, accurate and up-to-date information, but there will inevitably be errors, subjective choices, and inconsistencies in the information provided here due to many people involved in this work, as well as references to laws that have been changed or constitutions that have been amended. We try to monitor and to keep abreast of these developments, but with 192 countries in our database, it is very difficult. It is therefore very important that one verifies any fact before contemplating legal action or mobilisation, so that this database only serves as an inspiration for seeking further information.