HRC Recommendations - United States

Excerpts from the recommendations addressed to the United States relating to education

62. Review, reform and adequate its federal and state laws, in consultation with civil society, to comply with the protection of the right to nondiscrimination established by the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination, especially in the areas of employment, housing, health, education and justice. (Bolivia);

67. Take legislative and administrative measures to address a wide range of racial discrimination and inequalities in housing, employment and education (DPR of Korea);

70. Take appropriate legislative and practical measures to improve living conditions through its prisons systems, in particular with regard to access to health care and education (Austria);

87. Incorporate human rights training and education strategies in their public policies (Costa Rica);

100. End all forms of racial discrimination in terms of housing, education, health care, social security and labor (Libya);

109. Promote equal socio-economic as well as educational opportunities for all both in law and in fact, regardless of their ethnicity, race, religion, national origin, gender or disability (Thailand)

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