Human rights analysis of new data on Bridge International Academies

The East African Centre for Human Rights (EACHRights, Kenya), the Initiative for Economic and Social Rights (ISER, Uganda), and ourselves at the Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (GI-ESCR) published today a two-page analysis making five points about the human rights impact of Bridge International Academies, the largest education commercial low-cost company in the world, based on the new data recently released by Education International and the Kenya National Union of Teachers - which you can find here: .

You can find the five points below and in PDF format here:

Find out more about BIA and similar models on our monitoring page on commercial schools and the right to education, see: