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Human rights and equality in education : comparative perspectives on the right to education for minorities and disadvantaged groups /

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This book builds a powerful case for using human rights—with its fundamental commitment to education, equality, and non-discrimination—as the basis on which to build laws, policies, and programs designed to secure education for all.  The authors address recent developments and existing weaknesses of the human rights framework, and they offer a number of innovative improvements to it that would help ensure the right to education for minorities and disadvantaged groups.

This book builds a powerful case for using human rights—with its fundamental commitment to education, equality, and non-discrimination—as the basis on which to build laws, policies, and programs designed to secure education for all.  The authors address recent developments and existing weaknesses of the human rights framework, and they offer a number of innovative improvements to it that would help ensure the right to education for minorities and disadvantaged groups.   Sandra Fredman is Rhodes Professor of the Laws of the British Commonwealth and the USA at Oxford University. Meghan Campbell is a Weston Junior Research Fellow at New College, Oxford University and deputy-director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub. Helen Taylor is a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University and research director at the Oxford Human Rights Hub.

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