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by Katarina TomasevskiCollaborative project between the UN Special Raporteur on the Right to Education and UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for EducationBangkok: UNESCO Bangkok, 2004, 60 p.ISBN 92-9223-023-9

This manual was originally prepared as a background paper by Katarina Tomasevski for the Regional Workshop on Universalizing the Right to Education of Good Quality: A Rights-based Approach to Archieving Education for All in Manila, Philippines, 29-31 October 2002. The aim of this manual is to provide an easily-referenced, one-stop guide to rights-based education, which makes sense of the bewildering array of global human rights documents and draws on numerous country-specific examples.


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Executive Summary
1. Introduction
2. Integrating Human Rights in Education: What and How
3. Making Education Available
4. Making Education Accessible
5. Making Education Acceptable
6. Making Education Adaptable
7. Key Issue on the Micro Level
8. Human Rights Questions on the Macro Level
9. Looking Ahead


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