This insightful book analyses the process of the first adoption of guiding human rights principles for education, the Abidjan Principles. It explains the development of the Abidjan Principles, including their articulation of the right to education, the state obligation to provide quality public education, and the role of private actors in education.
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Human Rights, Public Education, and the Role of Private Actors in Education
Edited by Frank Adamson, Sylvain Aubry, Mireille de Koning and Delphine Dorsi
Diverse Perspectives and Global Trends
Edited by Natasha Y. Ridge and Arushi Terway
Challenging commonly held perceptions of philanthropic organisations, this book brings together a range of interdisciplinary contributors from across the globe to explore the most pressing issues facing those working in and with philanthropy and education. It focuses on the increasing influence of new philanthropic actors on the global education sector, offering a thorough insight into the topic.
Public-Private Partnerships Revisited
Edited by Gita Steiner-Khamsi and Alexandra Draxler
The State, Business and Education contributes to the ongoing debates surrounding the effects of public funding of private entities by examining the ways in which they affect the quality and equity of those services, and the realization of human rights. Using case studies from both the developing and developed world this book illustrates the variety of ways in which private actors have expanded their involvement in education as a business.