Recommandations du Conseil au Bénin 2e cycle

Sur les 125 recommandations acceptées par le Bénin, 10 concernent l'éducation, 3 abordent d'une manière ou d'une autre l'éducation aux droits de l'homme (72,75, 105)

72 Finalize and enact draft legislation that prohibit all forms of human trafficking and that trafficking in children is effectively investigated and prosecuted. To this end, we recommend that all law enforcement officers and the judiciary receive adequate training on human trafficking and that protective services are provided to the witnesses and victims of trafficking (Norway);

75 Combat child trafficking by providing training to police officers, prosecutors and judges, by ensuring that those responsible for child trafficking are promptly brought to justice, and by providing adequate victim assistance (Liechtenstein);

105 Continue improving the quality of education by providing periodic teacher training, including instructions regarding the equal treatment of girls and boys and the importance of gender equality (Liechtenstein);

30 Take necessary measures to ensure effective implementation of laws guaranteeing free registration of births nationwide, including by educating families and communities on the importance of birth registration in order to contribute, among other things, to eliminating the practice of early and forced marriage and increase access to education, health care and other public services (Canada);

46 Continue the fight against discrimination of women by, inter alia, effectively implementing the law on the protection of women from domestic violence and by strictly enforcing the prohibition of female genital mutilation education, inter alia, by raising awareness among women about the prohibition of FGM (Germany);

50 Step up efforts aimed at improving the situation of women, also through education and specific awareness-raising campaigns about the perils of female genital mutilation (FGM) (Italy);

103 Step up efforts to ensure the right to education, including the participation of all schoolage children, particularly girls, to attend schools (Indonesia);

104 Continue to promote educational strategies that aim to improve the quality of education and increase enrolment rates, especially for women, children from rural areas and the poorest children, in order to avoid their economic exploitation and trafficking (Libya);

108 Continue to provide free education to women and girls, especially those living in rural areas (Philippines);

109 With the assistance from UNICEF and other relevant United Nations agencies continue to improve access to education, including skill training programmes for all (Singapore);

112 Take more steps to expand free education to cover all grades in secondary schools (Uganda);

113 Continue its efforts to extend free education at all levels of secondary education (Argentina);

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