UNESCO Chair: Education Law in Africa

The UNESCO Chair programme was established in 1992 as a way to advance research, training and programme development in higher education. Currently there are 770 institutions involved in 126 countries and there are 644 UNESCO chairs. The UNESCO Chair Education Law in Africa, University of Pretoria was established in 2010, with the appointment of Professor Ann Skelton as the Chair holder. The responsibilities of the chair include conducting and promoting research in education law in South Africa and Africa; promoting good academic education and professional training in education law; playing an active role as an academic leader of the discipline at both national and international levels; managing strategic, academic and operational functions; and organising fundraising for the activities associated with the chair.

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