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Universal Access to Education

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on 6 May 2015

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Transcript of Universal Access to Education

We consider that this is important for social justice because is considered a human right and is also known as a federally mandated right for all the people to have equal access to classes, facilities and educational programs.
Our project is based on Access to Education to all people without excluding their religion, race, gender, disability or any other thing that is related to.

Education is a right that can't be denied.

In many parts of the world, education is not accessible or equal according to culture, disadvantaged backgrounds, gender or even economics access to it.
Our Project
We selected this video because it informs that we live in a country where education it’s not always accessible for many reasons, but we can change that becoming a mentor or guide to these persons and encourage them to stay in school and have an impact in others’ lives.
Power Links
Equity and Access
We selected this link because we are believers that the future of our country depends on education. Trough the American history there's been a movement to provide all children with equal access to a high-quality free public education because that is the base for their democratic way of life.

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People with disabilities
This link was selected because we found shocking how that more than one billion around the world, where around 93 million are children, live with some type of disability. This people experience inequality in their daily lives and few are the ones that have an opportunity to have an education, that's why UNESCO supports various moments that are related to the Human Rights Treaties and Concentions, which uphold the right to education to all persons.

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Inclusive Education
This is a new term used to describe how everyone has the right to be included, that's why we selected it. The term refers when children's, with or without a disability, learn and participate together in the same class. The truth is that all children belong together, they all have different ways of learning and that every child has the right to be included.

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Why did we choose this topic?
We believe that each and every single person deserve the right to be educated, regardless to their gender, religious belief, race, color or even the disability they may have.

Education is the base of everything in a person's life, and no one has the right to denied it to anyone.

Coralys Saez Dosal
Jeneliz Rodriguez Jimenez
Marisela Rodriguez Borges
Universal Access to Education
The selection of this video was due the reasons why people should have access to education regardless to what the culture establish because of the gender and raze, and also because of the economical status.
Every child has the right to a higher education and nothing can stop that dream. They also count with the Right of Protection against discrimination, meaning that nobody has the power to eliminate their right to be educated.
Defining Access to Education
Ability of all people to have equal opportunity in education, regardless of their social class, gender, ethnicity background or physical and mental disabilities.

It encourages a variety of pedagogical approaches to take knowledge to a new level across the diversity of social, political, cultural, economic, national and biological backgrounds.
Civil Rights Activist, Minister (1925–1965)
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