RIGHT TO FREE AND COMPULSORY EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN
RIGHT TO FREE AND COMPULSORY EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN A Struggle to Enforce Article25 A Pakistan Facts Shifts.. Population: 185 + million Provinces: 5 & 3 areas (FATA, ICT & AJK) Poverty & Vulnerability: 22% + 22% - volatile Emergencies: 2005 -2013 & ongoing Maternal Mortality: 87 per 1000 Infant Mortality: 61 per 1000 Education Provision: Public: 63% Private: 37%
ECE (3-5 yrs): 50% (rural 37%)Incl. Private Sector NER Primary (6-10yrs): 80% OOSC (5-16yrs) : 23% Article 25- A; Right To Education 2010 for 5-16 years RTE Laws/Bills : Passed in 3 areas 2012/13 GDP to Education 1.5-2.0%(Parties promised 4-7%) Democratic Deepening: -Elections 2013:65%+ Participation Women/Men & ALL AGES ENTITLEMENT CHALLENGES!!! Approx. 60-65% of the population of
settled areas can be reached through surveys. ARTICLE 25- A (5-16 Years) RIGHT TO FREE & COMPULSORY EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN 23% CHILDREN ARE OUT OF SCHOOL (ASER 2012)
30-35% are the invisible yet economically active population groups date & rag pickers, mohannas-boat people, nomads, displaced etc. Citizens Movement for Quality Education (CMQE) RTE Right to Education
A S E R Learning 4 Access Chalo Parho Barho (CPB) Childrens Literature Festival Annual Status of Education Report Citizens Movement For Quality Education (CMQE) Nationwide scalable campaigns triggered by evidence on quality and access
Two Million Signatures completed since March 2012 partners and youth led 1st Million led to passing legislation on Nov. 13 2012 - For Right to Education Article 25 A in Pakistan 2nd Million signatures by Out of School Children to push for legislation, rules and Implementation with tracking by ASER Endorsed by Gordon Brown Media literacy workshops on ASER /RTE Political parties dialogues on RTE 25 A Background & Introduction
Education is considered a fundamental right many countries have included Right to Education in their constitution and enforce it by law e.g. India, Sri Lanka The government of Pakistan has also included Right to Education (RTE) in its constitution through Article 25A of the 18th amendment Importance of education: According to Amartya Sen -> Education leads to capability expansion UNESCO -> literacy helps eradicate poverty, reducing child mortality, curbing population growth, achieving gender equality and ensuring sustainable development, peace and democracy Hence, there is a need to implement RTE in Pakistan Before 18th amendment Article 37B of the constitution stated: the state shall remove illiteracy and provide free and compulsory secondary education within minimal possible time.
According to a Public Interest Litigation filed by Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives (CPDI): Article 37 was a part of the Principles of Policy in the Constitution, whose implementation was an obligation of the State but subject to the availability of resources. But, since the insertion of Article 25-A in the Chapter on Fundamental Rights, the State is duty bound to provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of 5 to 16 years without offering any excuses about lack of resources. Act is implemented and becomes Law of the Land 3 readings and review committee revises the bill Bill introduced in the Senate and passed to become an Act of Parliament
Bill passes through different stages in parliament Writing of the bill is the responsibility of the ministers/lawyers/parliamentary or legislative council after consultations Implementing the Law Bill passed Draft Bill How a bill is passed into Law 18th Amendment 2010 Article 25A included in constitution on April 19, 2012.
Education devolved RTE a Fundamental Right Earlier Article 37B (principles of policy) The statement of Article 25 A of the 18 th amendment is as follows: The State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of 5 to 16 years in such manner as may be determined by law. RTE Pakistan: Timeline for Implementation 18th amendment April 2010; devolution of power Inclusion of Article 25A; 19 April 2010 Draft Legislation proposed for RTE by Punjab & KPK Passing of RTE Bill by Senate for Islamabad Capital Territory; July 19, 2012 Passing of RTE Bill by National Assembly for ICT; 13 November 2012
ICT Bill to be signed by the President to become an Act Rules of Business to be finalized Implementation Province Status of Legislation Nature of Legislation ICT/Islamabad) Passed in the Parliament on December 19th, 2012
Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2012 Sindh Passed in Province on March 6th, 2013 Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2013 Baluchistan Passed in Province on March
15th, 2013 Baluchistan Compulsory and Free Ordinance, 2013 Khyber Pakhtunkua (KPK) Working on Draft legislation Draft Bill Punjab Not available
Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) First draft legislation prepared by PML-Q in 2012 Not available Gilgit Baltistan (GB) Not available Not available Not available Right to Education Campaign;
A Multi-level Mobilization Political Parties Media & RTE Ambassadors Civil Society Youth Education First /Article 25A Importance of Youth Youth is defined as the population that falls within the age bracket of 15 29 years according to the Ministry of Affairs of Pakistan Labor Force Survey estimates 27.63% of population of
Pakistan to consist of Youth Between 2006-07 and 2008-09 there was an increase in the youth population by 1.8 million (Source: UNDP) Responsibility of Youth according to Law According to Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2013 Article 22, subsection 1 Functions of Youth Understanding the debate on RTE at a national and regional level Ownership and accountability of laws, committees and debate on RTE Access to all relevant forums and resources in the public and
private sector Creation of a youth pressure group to direct policy makers to make education a priority sector Methods of implementation to distinguish from other pressure groups What is YOUR opinion? 1. What do you think of the current status of education? 2. How can you improve the status of education? 3. Would any of you be willing to become an ambassador of education? 4. Should distance teaching be made compulsory for graduation?
THANK YOU Website: ww.rtepakistan.org Twitter: @RTE25A Facebook: rtepakistan
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