HRC Recommendations - Togo

Among the recommendations which Togo received, 15 deal with education.

46 - Create favourable conditions to facilitate the access of persons with disabilities to education and to employment (Djibouti);

64 - Continue to effectively fight against child trafficking and access to education of children with disabilities, and especially girls (Turkey);

73 - Set priorities to ensure the basic social and economic rights, particularly in the fields of employment, poverty reduction, education and healthcare. At the same time, priority policies and measures should also be provided to support the social vulnerable groups, like women, children and the poor people (Vietnam);

75 - Continue implementing programmes and measures to ensure the enjoyment of quality health and education services for all its population (Cuba);

77 - Continue to work for taking the necessary steps to achieve universal primary education by 2015 (Turkey); A - 100.78. Implement measures to ensure girls’ and women’s access to all levels of education and to ensure a higher level of women’s participation in public life (Norway); © Copyright 2012, UPR Info 6 A - 100.79. Inform children with disabilities that they have the right to education on an equal basis with other children, and build capacity with organizations of persons with disabilities (Slovenia);


81 - Implement necessary measures to reduce the relative high drop-out rate in primary schools (Norway);

82 - Poursuivre la consolidation du système éducatif selon les besoins de la population en tant qu?unique moyen de progresser vers un véritable développement à visage humain, la communauté internationale devant apporter son aide et sa coopération sans poser de conditions pour remédier au manque d?enseignants et répondre aux besoins en matière d?infrastructures scolaires (Venezuela); 

83 - Continue to give special emphasis to address the issue of women’s illiteracy (Turkey);

84 - Strengthen its efforts to combat illiteracy (Islamic Republic of Iran);

85 - Seek technical and financial assistance from the international community in order to build the capacity of those working in the field of human rights towards the improvement of their activities for the benefit of the population; to achieve envisaged objectives in the field of administration of justice, construction and/or rehabilitation of prisons in accordance with international standards; to implement the recommendations by the Commission on Truth, Justice and Reconciliation; to introduce human rights in school curricula and; to harmonize national legislation with international instruments (Chad);

111- Take measures to ensure free and compulsory primary education (Brazil);

117 - Pursue its efforts in order to complement its commitments towards the promotion and protection of human rights by ratifying the relevant international instruments and, in particular, the 1960 UNESCO Convention Against Discrimination in Education (Republic of Moldova);

118 - Ratify the UNESCO Convention Against Discrimination in Education (Hungary); Cette convention a été ratifiée par l'Assemblée nationale en décembre 2011. 

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