UN Human Rights meeting to be addressed by Visiting Research Fellow 16.11.17 – UPDATED: 26.11.17

Academic Lead: Dr Ornette D Clennon

UN Voice

UPDATE: 26.11.17

Here is a video of my statements from the ‘recognition’ and ‘development’ sessions, where I argue for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)-recognition of the activities of Supplementary Schools (grassroots community education enterprises) and the SDG-reporting on the social and economic outputs of the Grassroots Organisations.

Read more, here.

My statements echo the Civil Society Recommendations for the Outcomes Document of the Regional Meeting of Europe, North America, and Central Asia on the International Decade for People of African Descent to which I contributed, here.

Clennon, O.D., Lennox, C., Waughray, A. (2017). SDG Implementation: UK Community Reporting Matrix (Work in progress. v.1) [data set] Manchester: Manchester Metropolitan University. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.25897.90727 Also available from the United Nations, here.

Clennon, O.D. (2017) The Need for International Community Reporting Matrices for Development of Grassroots Organisations: Statement for the UN Regional Meeting for Europe, Central Asia and North America [working paper] Manchester: Manchester Metropolitan University. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.10667.34081 Also available from the United Nations, here.

Clennon, O.D. (2017). Grassroots Education Enterprises (Saturday Schools) and Recognition of their role in facilitating Social Justice: Statement for the UN Regional Meeting for Europe, Central Asia and North America [working paper] Manchester: Manchester Metropolitan University. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.16853.93920 Also available from the United Nations, here.

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