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    Human rights are the rights that are held by all human beings by virtue of being human, which are universally held equal by all people. Human rights are constitutional to all human beings regardless of nationality, sex, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, language, or any other status, and cannot be given or taken away. (Understanding education as a right , n.d.) International human rights law sets out the obligations of states to respect, protect, and fulfil human rights for all. (Understanding education as a right , n.d.) These obligations impose different duties upon states, regardless of their political, economic, and cultural systems. (Understanding education as a right , n.d.) International human rights laws guarantee the right…

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    Human Rights are fundamental rights given to every person on earth on the basis of being considered “human”. These rights protect individuals from abuse, discrimination, intolerance, injustice and oppression and ultimately allow society to live with each other in peace. However, not everyone is aware of this and thus it becomes important for everyone to gain an understanding of their rights either through Human Rights Education or Human Rights in Education. This essay will therefore define and…

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    Pronouncement of Universal Human Rights, Education has officially been recognized as a fundamental human right. Moreover, it has been acknowledged through numerous accords such as the “United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization” (UNESCO), the “Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women,” and the “International Covenant on Economics, Social, and Cultural Rights.” These treaties established the entitlement of children to a compulsory free…

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    Dorothea was born on April 4, 1802 in Hampden, Maine. Although her father was abusive, he taught her how to read and write which influenced her love of education. After moving from home to live with her grandmother, she started her own school in 1821. Dix was a strong advocate for women’s rights to education; her 1824 book Conversations on Common Things; or, Guide to Knowledge: With Questions reflecting her belief that men and women should have equal education opportunities, this book and others…

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    who introduced the concept of “Right Brain Education” to us, Master Aarav Mehta without whom we would have never been inspired by the wonders of “Right Brain” and last but not the least our families, who provided us with all the necessary support. FOREWORD When I first heard about Right Brain Education, there was a dearth of information available on the topic. What it was, how it can develop a child’s potential, and how it is practiced – these resources were few and difficult to find. And yet,…

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    2. Right to Education: Education is related with the development, public good and being the part of social responsibility which is being inherited from generations to generations. In the year 1968 and 1986, the first and second National Policy on Education (NPE) came into force and was revised marginally in 1992. There is a need of funding, of primary as well as higher and technical education, for a long term, based on sound principles, for the country’s development.[Ft nt- Tilak, Jandhyala B.…

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    4.1 Issues and challenges  Right to Education as a Fundamental right under article 21A The Right as has been envisaged under Article 21A suffers from inherent lacunas and lapses. It is misconceived and flawed insofar that: (a) Article 21A excludes almost 172 crore children up to six years of age from the provision of Fundamental Right to free early childhood care and pre-primary education; (b) The words ‘as the Sate may, by law, determine’ further restricts the scope of Fundamental Right of…

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    Human Rights Human rights is created to protect individuals from political, legal, and social abuse. Human rights are present in moral judgement and in law at national and international levels. Organizations that implement these laws and develop moral attitudes are the United Nations, Council of Europe, the Organization of American States, and the African Union. Examples of human rights are right to freedom, right to a fair trial, right to equality, and right to a quality education. Human…

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    Education and Citizenship. Do they go hand in hand? Is education required to be a good citizen? Yes, and No, A good citizen should know how to vote, to keep up with current events, laws of their country and so on and basic human rights. Yet they are not taught this in school but instead they are taught useless things which is a waste of time and money. A good citizen is someone who knows how to keeps themselves educated and up to date on current events in their school, city, state, country and…

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    The case study I chose is found in chapter 5: Human Rights Education - The National Center for Human Rights Education. This case study targets the lack of human rights and social change education throughout the country. The main goal of this movement was to help humans understand, protect, and fight for their rights. Loretta Ross, founder of the National Center for Human Rights Education, believed that in order for everyone to understand and protect their rights, they first must be…

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