Prof Fredman participates in Panel Event: Setting the Rules of the Game-How Can Regulations of Private Actors ensure the Right to Education in the Post-2015 Setting?

by | Nov 5, 2015

The Right to Education Project, the Privatisation in Education Research Initiative, and the Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights organised a week of activities in October to examine the impact of private actors on the right to education.

Professor Fredman, alongside, Sylvain Aubry of the Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Sylvia Mbataru of The CRADLE, John Rendel, CEO of PEAS, a chain of non-profit secondary schools in Uganda and moderator BBC Education Correspondent, Sean Coughlan explored different methods for regulating the role and involvement of private actors in the delivery.

More substantive information on the panel discussion can be found here.

 

 

 

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