For years, the Human Rights Council has expressed serious concerns about the situation of millions of children and adults unable to fully enjoy their right to education and has issued an important number of resolutions reaffirming commitments towards making the right to education a concrete reality for all.
Education as a fundamental human right lies at the heart of UNESCO’s mission and is enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948). Yet millions of children and adults, remains deprived of educational opportunities, many as a result of social, cultural, biological, Psychological and economic factors.
Education in itself is an empowering right and one of the most powerful tools by which socially marginalized children and adults can lift themselves out of poverty and participate fully in society. In order to do so there must exist equality of opportunity and universal access.
SASE supports Government to establish solid educational frameworks that create the foundation and conditions for the delivery and sustainability of quality education. Currently, SASE is implementing its educational strategies and working along with local government bodies in Karnataka and also in a few SAARC countries in collaboration with NWAC and National Drop Out Prevention Center.
Stagnation in education progress has profound consequences for the children and adolescents who cannot go to school and colleges. We address this crucial root causes of limited progress in youth literacy and have explored new approaches towards improvement of literacy rate globally, by designing a tailor-made intervention to the needs of specific groups of students—particularly for the children with learning disability and social outcasts. SASE has made remarkable efforts to make education more inclusive, such as through adopting latest educational technology, kinaesthetic learning and practical implication.