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Tesi etd-10152021-105024

Type of thesis
Master univ. I liv.
Author
MOFARREH, AHLAM MOHAMMED MOHAMMED
URN
etd-10152021-105024
Title
Children’s Right to Education: Accountability Gap & Dynamic Analysis in the Armed Conflict and Chronic Poverty Yemen 2015
Structure
Istituto di Diritto, Politica e Sviluppo
Course
Corsi Alta Formazione - MASTER IN HUMAN RIGHTS AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
Committee
relatore Prof.ssa CAPONE, FRANCESCA
Relatore PRATESI, CARLA
Keywords
  • Accountability
  • Armed Conflict
  • Children
  • Dynamics.
  • Education
  • Poverty
  • Yemen
Exam session start date
20/10/2021;
Availability
completa
Abstract
For the many thousands of children in one of the world’s poorest countries, with the worst humanitarian crisis. The armed conflict has been destroying not just their school infrastructure, but also the hopes and ambitions of a whole generation. The education system is in a catastrophic condition, where it is no longer able to provide education in terms of” Quality”. Children lose out on the life chances that education might offer them, to optimum development and flourish to become active key members in the society and have a better future. Chronic poverty and ongoing armed conflict are major contributing factors, for the form of violations of children&#39;s education rights, and increasing the long-term suffering for not having education of high standard. Children should be in an environment where they can raise their awareness of their human rights to be educated and enjoy their wellbeing. This responsibility should be addressed in a holistic approach. This research identifies the accountability gaps and emphasizes the importance of monitoring how key actors are meeting their obligations for effective implementation in the provisions to improve the children&#39;s education condition and provide the opportunities to develop and have a better-educated future. Explore the root causes for the violations of children&#39;s right to education, identify the series of determinant factors influencing education in the setting of armed conflict and choric poverty. This research provided a dynamic analysis of major issues such as child marriage, child recruitment, and child labour and their impact on child education, show as factors to increase the number of children out of schools and the consequences on their educational journey. It also highlighted the need for special protections for the most marginalized group; unaccompanied children, young children in detention, and children with disabilities. The research used the case study to reflect on the issues mentioned above.<br>
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