The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) declared primary education as the basic human right of all people. Accordingly, all nations prioritized universal access to education.The developed, and many developing, nations have attained universal or near universal access to primary education. Now the focus is on the quality of students' learning. The concern is valid not only for nations who have attained the quantitative targets; it is also valid for nations still striving for expansion of educational access. It has been established that access and quality are not sequential elements.
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of the World Assembly
All along the Assembly, these themes will be developed through panels, seminars, workshops, keynote speeches, presentation of papers and applied theatre.
Plenary sessions will have translation facilities in English, French and Spanish. Workshops will where possible be bi- or tri-lingual, and the language of sessions will be clearly identified in the final programme.