As the Universal Declaration of Human Rights marks its 70th year, UNESCO has launched a digital campaign on the #RightToEducation, a right that is at the core of its global mission to ensure equal access to quality education.
Through a series of videos, animations, visuals, interviews and stories, the UNESCO campaign – running from 15 October to 18 December 2018 – will unpack the legal significance of the right to education and the major challenges that are blocking its path.
An estimated 262 million children and youth are currently out of school globally, and some 750 million youth and adults still cannot read and write. Less than 1 in 5 countries legally guarantee 12 years of free and compulsory education.
The #RightToEducation campaign aims to bring global awareness of this crucial human right, which is still not a reality for millions, and empower young people and adults to bring about change in their communities.
You can join UNESCO’s #RightToEducation campaign and help spread the messages about this key human right with the power to transform lives around the world.
According to UNESCO, the campaign page contains all essential information and will be updated weekly with fresh content.
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