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Dreptul la invaatura-prerogativa inalienabila fiintei umane

Rodica Nichita

from Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration

Abstract: The right to education plays out as a free act of the individual, of the holder of the right. The right to education is also a freedom forming act, as long as its aim is the full development of the human personality and the fact that education shall enable all persons to participate effectively in a free society, as stated by the International Convent on economic, social and cultural rights. What designs the right to education a first generation right, at least partially, is not only the fact that it implies negative obligations for the state, but the fact that we are in the presence of a liberty, as a common feature of other rights included in this category.

Keywords: education; law; rights; freedom; society (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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