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Recommandation Concernant La Lutte Contre La Discrimination Dans Le Domaine De L'enseignement. 14 Décembre 1960

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This chapter presents a recommendation against discrimination in education, adopted by the General Conference of UNESCO held on 14 December 1960 in Paris. Discrimination in education is a violation of rights enunciated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Under this Recommendation, Member States should pay the greatest attention to any recommendations hereafter adopted by the General Conference of the UNESCO defining the measures to be taken against the different forms of discrimination in education and for the purpose of ensuring equality of opportunity and of treatment in education. The development of international rules is one of the main functions of UNESCO. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: discrimination in education; UNESCO

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