The Right to Education Project just asked leaders on the right to education to answer two questions in their online forum on discrimination in education:
- Addressing discrimination requires changes in legislation, administration, resource allocation, but also attitudes, teaching methods and learning content. In your experience, what are the key obstacles to achieving these changes?
- The international human rights framework is very strong on discrimination (Art 2 of the CRC and other treatise). How can it be used better to translate principles into reality for the rights-holder?
CESR Executive Director Ignacio Saiz was one of the experts asked to participate. You can read his and others' contributions in their forum, which is open for discussion and comments at the Right to Education Project: Promoting Mobilization and Legal Accountability.