The right to education
The UNESCO Database on the Right to Education provides detailed information on the ratification of normative instruments and monitoring status of the right to education including national reports; constitutional and legal frameworks as well as education policies of the selected country.
The UNESCO-GEM Report World Inequality Database on Education (WIDE) highlights the powerful influence of circumstances, such as wealth, gender, ethnicity and location, over which people have little control but which play an important role in shaping their opportunities for education and life. It draws attention to unacceptable levels of education inequality across countries and between groups within countries.
Reports and academic worksVogel, D. & Stock, E. (2017). Opportunities and Hope Through Education: How German Schools Include Refugees. GEW-Education International.“Compilation of good practices to promote an education free from gender stereotypes and identifying ways to implement the measures which are included in the Committee of Ministers’ recommendation on gender mainstreaming in education”, Gender Equality Commission, Council of Europe, 2015.The Right to Education for Persons with Disabilities - Overview of the Measures Supporting the Right to Education for Persons with Disabilities reported on by Member States, UNESCO, Monitoring of the Implementation of the Convention and Recommendation against Discrimination in Education (8th Consultation, 2015)Girls’ and Women’s Right to Education - Overview of the Measures Supporting the Right to Education for Girls and Women reported on by Member States, UNESCO, Monitoring of the Implementation of the Convention and Recommendation against Discrimination in Education (8th Consultation, 2014)Niemeyer, M. (2014). The Right to Inclusive Education in Germany. The Irish Community Development Law Journal 3 (1).