The latest Accountability Brief on The Role of Civil Society in National Education Policy in the Global South, authored by Abrehet Gebremedhin and Naomi Hossain is an outcome of the ARC engagement as EOL Global Learning Partners.
This Accountability Brief shares insights from a literature review on the role of civil society in national education policy in the global South.
The review asked the following questions:
- Which actors and institutions have been involved in education civil society advocacy and activism in the global South?
- In which political contexts has education civil society flourished?
- Which aid agendas have created space for education civil society activism?
- In which thematic areas has education civil society has been most active?
- Which strategies have been used to influence national education policy and implementation?
Details of the search strategy and inclusion criteria are available in the full literature review. This Accountability Note situates reflections on the literature on contemporary education policy and its intersection with civil society and civic space, highlighting unanswered questions that warrant further exploration.