The right to education of persons with disabilities: What is the situation in Latin America and the Caribbean? (Executive Summary)Publicado em: April 29, 2020
The document was prepared by CLADE, with the support of UNESCO’s Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean and Light for the World International, as a contribution to the regional monitoring and implementation of the UN’s Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities’ Article 24. As part of the research process, an online consultation was promoted, with 216 responses from civil society organizations, universities, teachers, students and relatives of persons with disabilities from 19 countries in the region.
“Education for freedom: for an emancipatory education that guarantees rights”Publicado em: July 27, 2019
The publication, launched in the context of the initiative “Education for freedom”, brings together reflections and debates gathered by CLADE network on this subject, addressing the right to education from an integral and holistic perspective, in its connection with: freedom, social transformation, decolonization, democracy, gender equality, communication and technologies, arts and culture, affection and care, as well as bodies and territories. The document is also available in French.
Civil society advocacy for the human right to education: stories and lessons learned from Latin America and the Caribbean (Volume 3)Publicado em: July 10, 2019
The document gathers 13 experiences of advocacy, communication, research, inter-institutional articulation and mobilization of CLADE members in different countries, as well as initiatives promoted at the regional level to defend education as a human right
The right to education and care in early childhood: perspectives from Latin America and the Caribbean (Executive Summary)Publicado em: September 21, 2018
The research reveals that, although the General Laws of Education in the region recognize education as a human right and the State as guarantor of its full exercise from early childhood, with different starting points, fragmentation and dispersion of the policies and practices for this educational stage persist, as well as the absence of adequate financing.
Advocating for the commitment of the G20 with the effective implementation of the Education 2030 AgendaPublicado em: September 6, 2018
CLADE, in partnership with members in countries of the region that are part of the G20, calls on these governments to reaffirm their commitment to ensure sustainable, fair and adequate public funding to strengthen free and inclusive public education systems.
Leaving no one behind: The key role of Youth and Adult Education in the implementation of the 2030 AgendaPublicado em: July 28, 2018
This document precisely sets forth the importance and the impact of a consolidated youth and adult education, with allocated budget and policies, for the promotion of other human rights and fundamental freedoms, and for the full implementation of all Sustainable Development Goals.
Central American Meeting on Gender Equality, Violence and Education – Final DeclarationPublicado em: July 4, 2018
The “Central American Meeting on Gender Equality, Violence and Education: Transformation Strategies” was promoted by the Latin American Campaign for the Right to Education (CLADE) in partnership with UNICEF in El Salvador. This final declaration is the result of debates, reflections and recommendations made during this meeting.
Call for action defending the right to education of youth and adults: Towards the Midterm Review of CONFINTEA VIPublicado em: August 17, 2017
Recognizing the importance of YAE towards overcoming regional challenges, we launch this Call for Action in the context of the midterm review of CONFINTEA VI and of the implementation process of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.
Summaries of Jurisprudence: Right to EducationPublicado em: February 25, 2015
This publication, by CEJIL y CLADE, presents the main decisions on the right to education in regional and international courts that protect human rights
Consultation on Discrimination in Early Childhood EducationPublicado em: July 1, 2014
Through investigation, this consultation sought to find out to what extent and how discrimination is perceived by the actors involved, in education institutions in Brazil, Peru and Colombia and to investigate how discriminatory practices have an impact on children.
Contributions to the Secondary Education as a promoter of human rightsPublicado em: May 16, 2013
Download the document produced during the Regional Seminar Secondary Education in Latin America and the Caribbean, that was made from 29 to 31 May in Bogota.
Civil Society Advocating for the Right to Educacion: stories and lessons learned from Latin America and the CaribbeanPublicado em: November 27, 2012
Document produced by CLADE presents stories and lessons learned from national partnerships for educación in Bolivia, Nicaragua y Dominican Republic, expecting that this can inspire other similar iniciatives.