Further Background Papers on the Online Workshop: The Challenge of Public-Private Partnerships in Realising the Right to Education

by | Jul 27, 2015

The Oxford Human Rights Hub and the Education Support Programme of the Open Society Foundations are getting excited for the workshop on the Challenges of Private-Public Partnerships in Realising the Right to Education.

In preparation for the workshop, the programme for the workshop can be found here.

A further background paper has been prepared by Swati Sharma, Chairperson of the Nishkam Foundation (Rajasthan, India). She explores the relationship between public-private partnerships in the field of technical and vocational education and training. This can be found here.

To learn more about the current debates and challenges on public-private partnerships see the Background Paper prepared by Helen Taylor (DPhil Candidate, Oxford University) with OxHRH  Deputy Directors Dr Meghan Campbell and Dr Laura Hilly.

To participate:

  • Sign up here before noon (BST) on Wednesday July 29
  • To participate in the live workshop, visit here from 2pm (BST) on Wednesday July 29

For more information on the right to education, see OxHRH’s first webinar by Professor Sandra Fredman on the right to education.

We look forward to your participation in this exciting and innovative workshop!

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