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EXPERTS’ DEBATE ON THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA, ITS IMPLEMENTATION AND PROTECTION 26 May 2017

26.05.2017, Skopje

EXPERTS’ DEBATE ON THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA, ITS IMPLEMENTATION AND PROTECTION

“The education is a process of transmitting knowledge, process of encouraging variety of skills and social emotional development of the children, process of development of their personality, learning values and forming beliefs. Hence, the following question shall guide our endeavors: Do we aim at education that would be adapted to the social changes, or an education that will initiate those changes?

This was part of the speech delivered by the Ombudsman Mr. Idjet Memeti at the experts’ debate which took place at the Faculty of Law “Iustinianus Primus” in Skopje, University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius”.

He also noted the question how the society invests in education and values the knowledge is no less important, because education elevates man to the dignity of his well-being, shapes his own identity and makes him able to stand up for his beliefs and firmly defend them.

According to Mr. Goran Koevski, PhD Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Law “Iustinianus Primus”, the states guarantee the right to education and its quality plays a prominent role in the country’s progress.

“The Cooperation with the Ombudsman’s Office is of great importance for our law students given it provides them an opportunity to get acquainted with the manner of operation of a national human rights institution”, said PhD Professor Koevski.

The deputy Ombudsman Ms. Vaska Bajramovska-Mustafa has also participated at the experts’ debate along with professors from the Faculty of Law. At the end of the debate the institutions have signed a Memorandum of Cooperation.


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