Slovakia: Right to education without discrimination: Policy brief to the Slovak government
Amnesty International and the Centre for Civil and Human Rights (Poradňa pre občianske a ludské práva) submit this briefing to provide policy guidance to the Ministry of Education of Slovakia on the right to education without discrimination. Amnesty International and the Centre for Civil and Human Rights consider that the adoption of comprehensive measures to desegregate education is a matter of urgency. Those affected by this form of human rights violations are children, for whom every school year is vital.
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