"The 4-A scheme [availability, accessibility, acceptability, adaptability] was [a] response to the need to explain what governments should and should not do; what the right to education is and what amounts to its violation; how human rights should be protected in education; how education should be changed to enhance rather than undermine equal human rights. An array of missions to different countries enabled [the author] to learn what needs to happen to advance the right to education"--Preface, p. 4. The author served from 1999-2004 as Special Rapporteur on the right to education of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights.
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