SDG 4: Quality Education
Quality education is fundamental to sustainable development. Education is the one of the most powerful tools by which people can lift themselves out of poverty and fully participate in their communities. SDG 4 sets specific targets to address the challenges of achieving quality education universally, and provides a comprehensive framework to reaching inclusive and equitable quality education for all. Beyond enrolment rates, SDG 4 puts a welcomed emphasis on quality education and learning outcomes. This Guide takes a deep dive into how the law can play a large role in achieving SDG 4.
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Top three actions lawyers can take
Legal professionals can seek to build their knowledge of the policy and programmatic efforts to promote the right to education at local, national, regional and international levels.
The global legal sector can lead by example in taking a proactive, inclusive approach to people development, and work to foster and support a more diverse workforce.
Legal professionals can work towards holding States accountable for their obligation to respect, protect, and fulfil the right to education, as recognised in numerous international and regional treaties.