Environmental & Consumer Protection Foundation v. Delhi Administration and Others

Citation:

Environmental & Consumer Protection Foundation v. Delhi Administration and Others

Link:

https://indiankanoon.org/doc/174516822/

Summary:

This case illustrates the importance of adequate infrastructure for the enjoyment of the right to quality education. Education must be administered in a clean and safe environment for the right to education to be properly realized. In addition, this case reinforces the government’s role in monitoring private actors who provide public services and ensuring their compliance with national legislation.

Abidjan Principles:

Overarching Principle 1, Overarching Principle 2, Overarching Principle 3, Overarching Principle 4, Overarching Principle 8, Guiding Principle 10, Guiding Principle 11, Guiding Principle 14, Guiding Principle 17, Guiding Principle 21, Guiding Principle 30, Guiding Principle 33, Guiding Principle 35, Guiding Principle 47, Guiding Principle 51, Guiding Principle 54, Guiding Principle 55, Guiding Principle 60, Guiding Principle 81

Country:

India

Court:

Supreme Court of India

Ashina Mtsumi