The Convention on the Rights of the Child has two rights specifically dedicated to education, namely Article 28 on the right to education, concerning the availability of schools and access to them by all children; and article 29 on the aims of education, which concerns the subjective quality and individual approach that should inform education policies and practices. The two articles are complementary and form the basis of a child rights-based approach to education or child-friendly education. This section of the website draws from and is greatly inspired by the content and insight of these two articles, therefore in this section you will find articles discussing such content, how we may go beyond traditional-oriented education systems, how to apply a child rights-based approach to education and much more.