Academic Freedom, 2: A Human Rights Report, Volume 2
Zed Books, 1993 - Academic freedom - 168 pages
This is the second volume in the World University Service's annual survey of educational rights and academic freedom worldwide. It concentrates on those countries where the education sector is under pressure, governments are not making significant progress in realizing the right to education, and teachers and students have been victims of human rights abuses.
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