International Conference on “Access, Transitions and Equity in School Education: Making Rights Realities” , 22nd February 2011, New Delhi, India

Overcoming Exclusion Through Quality Education in India - R. Govinda, NUEPA, India.

The Politics, Policies and Progress of Basic Education in Sri Lanka - Angela Little, Institute of Education, London, UK.

Meeting Equity Challenges in Bangladesh - Resources and Governance - Manzoor Ahmed, BRAC, Bangladesh.

Poverty and Equity in Bangladesh - Altaf Hossain & Benjamin Zeitlyn, BRAC, Bangladesh / University of Sussex, UK.

Does Increasing Access to Schools Come at the Expense of Quality in Education?: Findings from CREATE research in South Africa - Shireen Motala & Stu Letsatsi, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.

Improving Access to Education in Mfantesman and Savelugu Nanton in Ghana – Exploring Enrolment, Attendance, Overage and Achievement - Joseph Ghartey Ampiah & Christopher Yaw Kwaah, University of Cape Coast, Ghana / Jerome Djangmah, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana.

Changing Patterns of Access in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa: Who Gets What ? - Keith Lewin, University of Sussex, UK.

Exploring Gender and School Participation – Madhumita  Bandyopadhyay, NUEPA, India

Access and Participation of Scheduled Tribe Children in Ashram Schools of Chhattisgarh – B.K. Panda, NUEPA, India.

Exploring small schools in multiple context – Rashmi Diwan, NUEPA, India.

Labour Market Outcomes of Education- Anuradha De, Geeta Kingdon and Rajeev Kumar.

Mobility Through Education and Skills Training- Claire Noronha, Tanuka Endow, Neeru Sood.

Local Management of Schools: Evidence from a Field Based Study- A. K. Singh, NUEPA, India.

Reading Failure in Early Primary Grades: A Serious Challenge to Equity in Primary Education - Dhir Jhingran.