Indigenous peoples have the right to maintain and strengthen their political, legal, economic, social and cultural rights, while retaining their right to participate fully, if they wish, in the political, economic, social and cultural development of the State. Despite this experience, the onset of the Syria crisis brought new challenges for unrwa: the challenge of continuing to ensure quality, relevant education for the Palestine refugee children from Syria; not just those internally displaced, but also to those forced to flee to Jordan, Lebanon. Unrwas response to the onset of the Syria crisis was to work to strengthen its education system at all levels, for a strong education system will always be more resilient. The growth of private schools, including the emergence and rapid expansion of so-called low-fee private schools that target relatively poor populations, has led to a de facto privatisation of education systems in these countries over the past 15 years. Cmept ) and member of the Moroccan Parliamentary Group on Education summarised the position of the coalition, which represents more than 50 civil society organisations: The Committee has clearly stated that everyone in Morocco has the right to a free, quality, public education, and. Delphine Dorsi, Executive Coordinator, Right to Education Project: /. Funding by the UK, international commercial private school chains targeting poor people, such. Theseare countries where specific research has been carried out and alternative reports already submitted to the Committee on the Right of the Child, the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and the Committee on the Elimination of Discriminations Against Women, as well.
Indigenous peoples have the right to their traditional medicines and to maintain their health practices, including conservation of their vital medicinal plants, animals and minerals. The GI-escr and the cmept have published a series of reports in the last 10 months, analysing the impact of privatisation in education on the right to education in Morocco. These two UN clear statements in just a few weeks confirm that donor funding of private commercial schools in developing countries, including by the UK, could constitute a serious breach of international law. Violation of Human Rights of faith in Palestine and Kashmir are more important to television, radio, newspapers and magazines in the Muslim world. In doing so, the programme has built, what the World Bank has described as education resilience in four generations of refugees. School Principals were trained so that they were more confident in taking decisions, most crucially deciding when their school would open or close. There was also a need to do what the unrwa education team had not done before actively support the safety and security of its students and education staff. The UN denounces the fast-paced and unregulated development of private education which reinforces inequalities with regards to the right to education in Morocco. What we truly need, in Morocco and in other countries, is an open and transparent debate on the future of the education system and the role of private education.
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