About six weeks ago, the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child asked Spain to take temporary measures to allow Moroccan born and raised Moroccan citizens and girls under the pseudonym N.S. to enter a local elementary school.
Ann Skelton, a member of the Committee on the Rights of the Child, congratulated Spain on its rapid response. She pointed out that now that N.S. can receive formal education in Spain, she will realize her full potential because Spain is the only country she knows and where she grew up.
N.S. was born in Melilla and his mother is Moroccan. Her mother immigrated there as a child. Both mother and daughter are classified as informal residents of the city. Although she has reached the age of 6 to 16 years of compulsory education, she cannot enter the public education system.
Since 2018, N.S. has launched more than two years of initiatives with other children in the same situation, and weekly demonstrations in front of the Melilla Ministry of Education to defend their right to education.
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