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Title Campaigning for "Education for All" : histories, strategies and outcomes of transnational advocacy coalitions in education / Antoni Verger and Mario Novelli (Coordinators) ; with Karen Mundy [and others].
Imprint Rotterdam ; Boston : SensePublishers, 2012.

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Subject Education and state.
Education -- Social aspects.
Education -- Political aspects.
Social advocacy.
Alt Name Verger, Antoni, 1975-
Novelli, Mario.
Mundy, Karen E. (Karen Elizabeth), 1962-
Description 1 online resource
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Contents Introduction to Civil Society Coalitions and Educational Advocacy: Theoretical and Methodological Insights / Antoni Verger and Mario Novelli -- The Global Campaign for Education and the Realization of "Education For All" / Karen Mundy -- People Power for Education: Civil society participation in the Philippine educational politics / Joosje Hoop -- Civil Society and Education Advocacy in Ecuador: Building a Social Contract for Education / Jonah Sarfaty -- Striving for Education for All in Ghana: The role and impact of the Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition / Felice Van Der Plaat -- National Coalition for Education India: The Second Freedom Struggle Against Illiteracy / Laura Grant -- Framing, Fighting and Coalitional Building: The Learnings and Teachings of the Brazilian Campaign for the Right to Education / Anja Eickelberg -- Advocating EFA in Zambia: A Case Study of Civil Society's Struggle for Equal Rights for Education / Felice Van Der Plaat -- Advocating Public Education in Indonesia: The Role of Organizational Processes and Critical Reflection within E-net for Justice / Selma Hilgersom -- Understanding the Outcomes of Advocacy Coalitions in Education: A Comparative Perspective / Antoni Verger and Mario Novelli.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Civil society organizations have risen up the global education agenda since the international community adhered to the 'Education For All' Action Framework in the 'World Education Forum' that was held in Dakar in 2000. With the foundation of the Global Campaign for Education (GCE) civil society advocacy has sought to ensure that national governments, donors and international organisations make the necessary efforts to guarantee quality education for all children in the world. This book explores the strategies and actions, as well as the challenges and impact of civil society organizations in the achievement of the 'Education For All' international commitments. It does so by specifically focusing on seven national coalitions affiliated to the GCE. From Africa, to Asia to Latin America the book shows how these coalitions work and manage the differences between their different types of constituencies, explores their varied tactics and strategies, and explains their successes and failures after more than a decade of coordinated action. The book also provides a concise and comprehensive synthesis of findings from the distinct case studies and offers a series of lessons learned that are vital for education practitioners, academics, activists and policy-makers committed to more equitable and relevant education systems around the world.
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ISBN 9789460918797 (electronic bk.)
9460918794 (electronic bk.)
9460918778
9789460918773
9460918786
9789460918780
9789460918773
9789460918780
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-94-6091-879-7
OCLC # 805723552


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