Education Denied

Costs and Remedies

Katarina Tomasevski

Education Denied

Katarina Tomasevski

Distributed for Zed Books

224 pages | 5.4375 x 8.5
Paper $44.95 ISBN: 9781842772515 Published March 2003 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
Introduction
PART 1: WHY THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION?
1. Why Do We Need Safeguards Against Denials and Abuses of Education by Governments
2. The Economics of the Right to Education
3. The Promise of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights
4. The Core Contents of the Right to Education
PART 2: RUPTURING THE GLOBAL CONSENSUS
5. Enter The World Bank: Changing the Parameters of the Debate
6. Impoverishment of Public Education and Its Cost
7. Unwilling, Unable or Unlike-Minded? Creators of Global Education Strategy
8. Painfully Visible Loss of the Right to Education: Transfigured University
PART 3: PUTTING HUMAN RIGHTS BACK IN
9. Exposing and Opposing Exclusion
10. Revisiting Segregated Education
11. Rights-Based Education as Pathway to Gender Equality
12. Human Rights Safeguards In Education
13. Summing Up: Human Rights through Education
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