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7. United Nations Committee Decisions

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This chapter of the book State Support for Religious Education discusses Waldman v. Canada, author's initial submission and accompanying affidavit; Government of Canada's initial reply regarding issues of the admissibility of the complaint; Third Party Submission, Letter from Ed Morgan, Counsel for Canadian Jewish Congress; United Nations Human rights committee, Letter from centre for human rights, communications branch; Waldman v. Canada, Author's submission regarding admissibility; United Nations Human Rights committee, Letter from centre for human rights, Support Services Branch, in the matter of Waldman v. Canada; post-decision Submissions and Correspondence, and Grant Tadman et al. v. Canada that includes human right committee and decision on admissibility.

Keywords: affidavit; Canada; communications branch; human rights; religious education; state support; Third party; United Nation



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