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This chapter presents a summary of the monograph, which is made up of three parts and eight chapters. Part I presents the purpose and scope, the analytical starting points, and the methods of the study. Part II of the study thematises positive international law at the universal and European level in line with the four aspects of the analytical framework, i.e. 'rights', 'recognition', 'resources' and 'representation'. In the concluding section, Part III, the two earlier parts are brought together. First, the points of concern within each of the four main aspects of the 4R Scheme are analysed from a particular Roma perspective. Finally, as to representation, a deficit in international law is that none of the regimes examined is pressing for the necessity to include the needs of the educationally most backward individuals on the agenda of either the tripartite or the minority participation arrangements.

Keywords: educational rights; Roma; skills acquisition



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