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date: 07 May 2021

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Education rights are many and diverse, and there is a rich body of work to date that has attempted to capture them in a series of models and conceptualizations. The major challenge in the context of education and human rights does not, however, concern understanding what they are or indeed why they are necessary. Rather, it lies in the “doing” of rights—their realization. Thus, it is not the core content of education rights that presents the most difficult obstacle to realization, but the barriers that obstruct their implementation. This chapter considers the realization of education rights using a new typology based on three themes: relationships, resources, and redress.

Keywords: education rights, realization, implementation, relationships, resources, redress, children’s rights

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