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Exploring Alternative Approaches to Combating Child Labour: Case studies from developing countries


Education Rights and Minorities


Educational rights for minority groups may be included in states' education systems and also enshrined intheir statutes. However, states' laws, their declarations and their educational systems are largely normative statements. For many minority groups, the key issue is whether educational practice actually recognises those legal obligations and aspirations and provides a full, effective and fulfiling education for their young people.

Education and the Market: Which parts of the neo-liberal solution are correct?


Education and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: The challenge of implementation


The Economics of Disarmament: Prospects, problems and policies for the disarmament dividend


Eradicating Child Malnutrition: Thailand's health, nutrition and poverty alleviation policy in the 1980s


External Debt, Fiscal Drainage and Child Welfare: Trends and policy proposals


Ecuador: Crisis, adjustment and social policy in the 1980s


Early Child Development: Summary Report, Innocenti Global Seminar


Development of young children encompasses their survival and good health. It also involves their cognitive, emotional, ethical and social growth. Yet research findings have not yet been fully digested or appropriated by the international community for its policies and programmes. It is not widely enough known that meeting the social and psychological needs of young children and intergrating them with nutritional and health needs can be accomplished at relatively low cost.

Education, Skills and Industrial Development in the Structural Transformation of Africa


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