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This publication offers an research of overseas legislation in help of educationally deprived teenagers and adults. targeting Roma, it introduces a scheme for deciding on events the place they develop into subjected to discrimination through nation events to appropriate foreign criteria.

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2) The public authorities shall, as provided in more detail by an Act, guarantee for everyone equal opportunity to receive other educational services in accordance with their ability and special needs, as well as the opportunity to develop themselves without being prevented by economic hardship . . ” 4 See Scott 1989, 1999. 5 The notion of systemic discrimination was launched in legal scholarship as early as the 1960s. See, for example, Mayhew 1968, p. 313. , Browne 1999, p. 412. , Cunnigham 2000, p.

7; Mirga & Gheorghe 1997, p. 5. 18 Bertram 1997, pp. 2 and 11. 19 Note, however, that when, for instance, case law is cited, the vocabulary adopted by the court at issue is used. Note also that some legal deÀnitions in the UK encompass Gypsy Travellers as an ethnic minority, whilst some other laws distinguish Travellers because of their mobility, and still some others by reason of both ethnicity and mobility. e. persons that have taken up nomadic lives in the present generation), and ‘Roma’ (referring primarily to refugees from Eastern European countries).

9 The key point is thus that everybody has the right, not only to education, but to quality education. Disputes start as soon as one tries to deÀne quality: what is it and how shall it be measured? Several UN bodies have struggled to develop indicators to provide information on the quality of education. Statements of the treaty bodies monitoring the right to education have often preceded these efforts. With regard to the measurement of economic, social and cultural rights, a round of international indicator discussions has recently been initiated.

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