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Concluding Remarks on Justi? Cation of the 4R Scheme

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International human rights law commonly refrains from defining in detail the scope and the substance of rights, but rather leaves the task of their contextualisation to state parties. That is, states do not need to legislate when they are asked to act positively: they may as well implement required standards by policy-driven rather than by legislation-driven means. Numerous interpretative documents hold that the manner in which state parties translate their human rights obligations into domestic legal orders may vary. When trying to estimate the soundness of domestic education law by using international human rights standards as criteria, an interesting question as such is whether there are contradictions between the regimes of the United Nations, the Council of Europe and the European Union.

Keywords: 4R Scheme; International human rights law



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