The conference theme is The Right to Education – Transforming the World Through Inclusive Quality Education and will explore the right of education through a multidisciplinary approach. This second edition of the Unequal World Conference is scheduled to take place around the United Nations International Day of Education and aims to study the past, analyze the present and explore the future of education, through a multidisciplinary perspective. It is also interesting to research what contribution concepts such as peace, culture, religion, family, society, dignity, tolerance, freedom, equality, and solidarity have on education.
Education has been largely considered a fundamental human right and it has been enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations since 1948. According to UNESCO, there are 258 million children and youth that still do not attend school, and 617 million children and teenagers that cannot read or do basic math.
The conference aims to bring together top researchers, speakers from international organizations, decision-makers, diplomats and academics from diverse cultural, religious and political backgrounds from all around the world to share their experiences and exchange their research results on current topics that impact education.