Education and Care

Education can lead to family separation, with children going to live in institutional care, extended families or employers in order to get an education. At the same time, children who live apart from parents don’t always access education. Without education, children can end up on the streets or in labour.


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Schools that care: A review of linkages between children’s education and care

This report argues that children’s rights to education and care are inextricably linked, with a loss of adequate care commonly pushing children out of school, and education systems having the potential to help prevent unnecessary family separation, abuse and neglect. Currently, the linkages between children’s education and their care are not widely recognised. More effective…

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