Education and cultural rights

UNESCO : « Plus d’excuses », les enfants réfugiés peu scolarisés
23/May/2016 News
Seuls 50 % des enfants réfugiés suivent un enseignement primaire et 25 % des adolescents réfugiés un enseignement secondaire.
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CROATIA: Sex-ed stalemate after decades of disagreement
10/May/2016 Publication
A collective complaint exposed discrimination in the material being taught in Croatian sex education classes but did not manage to cement a better system.
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Discrimination and disenfranchisement: A global report on status offences
20/Apr/2016 Publication
Status offences criminalise actions for only certain groups of people, most commonly because of their religion, sexuality or age. This new CRIN report examines how these offences affect children and the new forms they are taking.
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Age is Arbitrary - Discussion paper on setting minimum ages
11/Apr/2016 Publication
New CRIN discussion paper examines the use and worth of age thresholds in the context of a number of contentious children’s rights issues. The paper exposes how minimum ages can be inconsistent, discriminatory and arbitrary.  
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РОССИЯ: Рожденные приезжими - что происходит с детьми мигрантов
5/Mar/2016 News
Благие разговоры о необходимости адаптации мигрантов к нашим реалиям, увы, чаще всего так и остаются разговорами — в...
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LATINOAMÉRICA: Acceso a la información y los derechos de los niños
1/Mar/2016 News
Artículo que analiza el derecho de los niños, niñas y adolescentes a la información en el contexto de América Latina. 
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COLOMBIA: Free education secured for 12 million children
25/Jan/2016 Publication
Part of a law which allowed the Colombian government to charge for primary education was deemed unconstitutional after a direct challenge against its discriminatory provisions.
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EXTREME LANGUAGE: ‘Radicalisation', punitive measures and children’s rights
20/Jan/2016 News
'Radicalisation' has become a fearful term, and measures to prevent it in children are often excessive, even resulting in them being accused of extremism for simply exploring their own ideas. 
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