Overcoming Ethnic-Based Segregation: How to Integrate Public Schools in Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina

Overcoming Ethnic-Based Segregation: How to Integrate Public Schools in Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina

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The right to education is a universal human right that is recognized worldwide. Its importance for the personal development of individuals and building of societies cannot be overstated. According to UNICEF‟s Human Rights Education for All approach1 , the right to education encompasses the obligation of the state to rule out discrimination at all levels of the educational system, to set minimum standards and to improve the quality of education. The policy brief addresses the issue of ethnicbased physical segregation in public schools in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and Macedonia (MK).

The full document can be found here: http://idscs/zastoneidscs_2013_final.pdf

Overcoming Ethnic-Based Segregation: How to Integrate Public Schools in Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina

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