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Education Denied: Costs and Remedies - Tomasevski, Katarina
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[EAN: 9781842772515], [PU: Zed Books], Law|Educational Law & Legislation, Political Science|Political Freedom & Security, Education|Aims & Objectives, Education|Education Policy & Reform|General, Education|History, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Part I: Why The Right To Education?* Why Do We Need Safeguards Against Denials * And Abuses of Education by Governments? * "We Only Need To Increase Aid To Governments of Poor Countries" * "Education Is Taxpayer-Funded Government Monopoly" * The Economics of the Right to Education * Why Primary Education was Made Free and Compulsory * Blaming Poverty Rather than Policy Choices * Making Policy Choices: Why People Are Not Human Capital * The 1948 Promise of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights * Whose Rights? Which Rights? The Initial Inter-Governmental Blueprint * Enter the Right to Education * Safeguards against Denial of Education * Preventing Abuse of Education * Sources of Inspiration * Continental European Models * The Anglo-American Model * The Core Contents of the Right to Education * Free and Compulsory Education * Parental Freedom of Choice * Non-Discrimination * Aims and Purposes of Education * Divided World: West/East, North/South *Part II: Rupturing the Global Consensus* Enter the World Bank: Changing the Parameters of the Debate * In Its Own Words: World Bank's Approach to Education * School Fees: Trial-And-Error in Malawi * The Message of Street Protests * Impoverishment of Public Education and Its Cost * The Plunge in Public Finance * A Race towards the Bottom Line * Educational Price of the End of the Cold War * Unwilling, Unable or Unlike-Minded? * Creators of Global Education Strategy * Who or What Is the International Community In Education? * Consensus as Recipe for Inaction * Fuzzy Vocabulary and Matching Governance * Can Impoverished Basic Education Help Eliminate Poverty? * Painfully Visible Loss of the Right to Education: * Transfigured University * From Free Public Service to Freely Traded Service * What Is Today's Price of a University? * Brain-Drain and Brain-Gain *Part III: Putting Human Rights Back in* Exposing and Opposing Exclusion * Exposing Exclusion: Asking the Big Why * Opposing Exclusion: Pinpointing Government Obligations * Rupturing Global Inaction * Rescuing Education from Debt Bondage * Uganda's Success Story * Will It Work in Tanzania? * Revisiting Segregated Education * Mobilization against Colonialism and Racism * Religious and Secular Schooling * Ripple Effects of the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran * Creationism versus Evolutionism in the United States * Overcoming the Heritage of Defectology * Rights-Based Education as Pathway to Gender Equality * Why Basic Education for All Girls May Not Make Much Difference on Its Own * Two Faces of Gender Disparity * Child-Mothers * Countering Denials of Women's Rights* Adapting Education to Girls' Equal Rights * Human Rights Safeguards In Education * Medium Is the Message: The Language of Instruction * Shooting the Messengers? Obstacles for Teachers' Rights * Censorship of Textbooks * Summing Up: Human Rights through Education * A Look Back * Recognizing Human Rights Violations in Education * Violence and Education, Violence in Education * Confronting the Transmission of Discrimination through Education Part I: Why The Right To Education?* Why Do We Need Safeguards Against Denials * And Abuses of Education by Governments? * "We Only Need To Increase Aid To Governments of Poor Countries" * "Education Is Taxpayer-Funded Government Monopoly" * The Economics of the Right to Education * Why Primary Education was Made Free and Compulsory * Blaming Poverty Rather than Policy Choices * Making Policy Choices: Why People Are Not Human Capital * The 1948 Promise of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights * Whose Rights? Which Rights? The Initial Inter-Governmental Blueprint * Enter the Right to Education * Safeguards against Denial of Education * Preventing Abuse of Education * Sources of Inspiration * Continental European Models * The Anglo-American Model * The Core Contents of the Right to Education * Free and Compulsory Education * Parental Freedom of

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[EAN: 9781842772515], [PU: Zed Books, US], CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES, HUMAN RIGHTS, RIGHT TO EDUCATION, EDUCATION / TEACHING, DISCRIMINATION IN AND STATE, ADMINISTRATION - GENERAL, AIMS & OBJECTIVES, GENERAL, Editorial Reviews Review "This is a remarkable book, different than any I have read. It does not simply depart from a human rights perspective but makes a human rights perspective central to every paragraph. In doing so, it raises all the current issues surrounding today's discussions of education and development, but in ways that challenge all of us to stop and reconsider how we think about them. The writing is vivid and the logic relentless. This book is a must read for anyone interested in education, in how and why so many children are excluded from education, and in what needs to be done to change that." - Professor Steven Klees, Director, International Education Policy Program, Department of Education Policy and Leadership, University of Maryland "Anyone who cares about the right of every child to education should read this book. Policy makers, directors of international financial institutions, teachers, parents and students will be enlightened and challenged. No sacred cows are exempt from scrutiny. As she has done in her reports as UN Special Rapporteur on the right to education, Katarina Tomasevski reveals the inconsistencies in the policies and practices than not only deny access to education but also result in discrimination. The right to education is the bridge to enjoyment of all other human rights - this book clearly makes the links and challenges those who care to work for change." - Fred van Leeuwen, General Secretary, Education International "Katarina Tomasevski's analysis provides a refreshing and well-reasoned argument for greater attention for the right to education. More importantly, Tomasevski brings a keen historical analysis to the subject to illustrate that the distortion of this right through the emphasis on economic liberalization and the primacy of the free market ideology in institutions like the World Bank has added to the scourge of underdevelopment in many countries. Quite clearly, there is a need to revisit the dominant neo-liberal formulations of the last years that have failed in the essential link of improving the general condition of humankind. Tomasevski's message in this regard is succinct and poignant: ignore the right to education at the peril of humanity." - Professor Joe Oloka-Onyango, Faculty of Law, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda "This is an impressive book. It is written by the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to education. In making a strong plea for rights-based education, the author is more than anyone else qualified to expose shortcomings and denials as well as to highlight potentials and positive practices. Katarina Tomasevski's work is challenging and rich in content and scope. Among many other issues, she addresses such vital problems as combating exclusion and segregation in education and overcoming persistent racial and xenophobic prejudices. A most attractive feature of the book is the full use of telling illustrations, tables, charts, figures, photographs and boxes. This book must be read, it must be grasped and not the least, it must be viewed." - Professor Theo van Boven, Director of the United Nations Division of Human Rights 1977-1982, University of Maastricht "With vivid and concrete examples, Katarina Tomasevski points out how governments violate the right to education. Investing in education is indispensable for effective political participation and for enabling individuals to sustain themselves. It is the key for the preservation of cultural values and the foundation for the elimination of discrimination. The author has performed a most valuable task. Her work is a call to the conscience of the world and a poignant plea to halt the dangerous trend of denying that education is a human right." - Socia Picado, President, Inter-American Institute of Human Rights Product Description This unique contribution to global educational debate and policymaking aims to highlight the adverse impacts on children and young people of not having access to effecti

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[EAN: 9781842772515], [PU: Zed Books, US], CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES, HUMAN RIGHTS, RIGHT TO EDUCATION, EDUCATION / TEACHING, DISCRIMINATION IN AND STATE, ADMINISTRATION - GENERAL, AIMS & OBJECTIVES, GENERAL, Editorial Reviews Review "This is a remarkable book, different than any I have read. It does not simply depart from a human rights perspective but makes a human rights perspective central to every paragraph. In doing so, it raises all the current issues surrounding today's discussions of education and development, but in ways that challenge all of us to stop and reconsider how we think about them. The writing is vivid and the logic relentless. This book is a must read for anyone interested in education, in how and why so many children are excluded from education, and in what needs to be done to change that." - Professor Steven Klees, Director, International Education Policy Program, Department of Education Policy and Leadership, University of Maryland "Anyone who cares about the right of every child to education should read this book. Policy makers, directors of international financial institutions, teachers, parents and students will be enlightened and challenged. No sacred cows are exempt from scrutiny. As she has done in her reports as UN Special Rapporteur on the right to education, Katarina Tomasevski reveals the inconsistencies in the policies and practices than not only deny access to education but also result in discrimination. The right to education is the bridge to enjoyment of all other human rights - this book clearly makes the links and challenges those who care to work for change." - Fred van Leeuwen, General Secretary, Education International "Katarina Tomasevski's analysis provides a refreshing and well-reasoned argument for greater attention for the right to education. More importantly, Tomasevski brings a keen historical analysis to the subject to illustrate that the distortion of this right through the emphasis on economic liberalization and the primacy of the free market ideology in institutions like the World Bank has added to the scourge of underdevelopment in many countries. Quite clearly, there is a need to revisit the dominant neo-liberal formulations of the last years that have failed in the essential link of improving the general condition of humankind. Tomasevski's message in this regard is succinct and poignant: ignore the right to education at the peril of humanity." - Professor Joe Oloka-Onyango, Faculty of Law, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda "This is an impressive book. It is written by the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to education. In making a strong plea for rights-based education, the author is more than anyone else qualified to expose shortcomings and denials as well as to highlight potentials and positive practices. Katarina Tomasevski's work is challenging and rich in content and scope. Among many other issues, she addresses such vital problems as combating exclusion and segregation in education and overcoming persistent racial and xenophobic prejudices. A most attractive feature of the book is the full use of telling illustrations, tables, charts, figures, photographs and boxes. This book must be read, it must be grasped and not the least, it must be viewed." - Professor Theo van Boven, Director of the United Nations Division of Human Rights 1977-1982, University of Maastricht "With vivid and concrete examples, Katarina Tomasevski points out how governments violate the right to education. Investing in education is indispensable for effective political participation and for enabling individuals to sustain themselves. It is the key for the preservation of cultural values and the foundation for the elimination of discrimination. The author has performed a most valuable task. Her work is a call to the conscience of the world and a poignant plea to halt the dangerous trend of denying that education is a human right." - Socia Picado, President, Inter-American Institute of Human Rights Product Description This unique contribution to global educational debate and policymaking aims to highlight the adverse impacts on children and young people of not having access to effecti

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: ZED BOOKS LTD], This contribution to the global educational debate and policymaking highlights the adverse impacts on children and young people of exclusion from effective formal education. It reviews the emerging commitment to universal education and the difficult history of trying to give it effect since 1950. The author draws on the literature on education, on the development process in general, and on human rights. She develops an approach which shifts the debate from sheer numbers of pupils, funding mechanisms and market forces to a deeper discussion about what the right to education should really comprise, how governments and other institutions actually go about, or fail in, giving effect to it on a universal and non-discriminatory basis, and what happens to young people within the educational process itself. The book is a useful tour d'horizon of the history and problems, points up the discrimination and abuses of power this quest has involved, and indicates what needs to be done to implement a more rounded and effective global right to education.Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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This unique contribution to global educational debate and policymaking aims to highlight the adverse impacts on children and young people of not having access to effective formal education. In reviewing the emerging commitment to universal education and the difficult history of trying to give effect to this commitment, the author draws on three bodies of literature--on education specifically, on the development process generally, and on human rights. This book shifts the debate from sheer numbers of pupils, funding mechanisms, and market forces, to a deeper discussion about what the right to education should really comprise, how governments actually give effect to it, and what happens to young people within the educational process itself. administration,education,education and reference,education theory,history,history and theory,politics and social sciences,reform and policy,schools and teaching,sociology Education, Zed Books

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Education Denied: Costs and Remedies
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Tomasevski, K.; Tomasevski, Katarina

Titel:

Education Denied: Costs and Remedies

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1842772511

This is an invaluable overview of the search for universal education, and the problems encountered.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781842772515
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1842772511
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2003
Herausgeber: ZED BOOKS LTD
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Gewicht: 0,345 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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