It is with great sadness that we record the death of Katarina Tomaševski on 4 October Katarina was a member of this Review’s Editorial. Reading this Report will make you angry. It reveals how ill fares the right to education today. Globally, it is denied despite pretty United Nations’ rhetoric on. Human rights – to research and advocate its frontlines and to teach its contents from theory to practice – was at the core of Katarina Tomaševski’s being. This set .
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I am teaching an undergraduate course on “Human Rights” this term and last week the topic was “Universalism vs.
A bullied “one-armed youngster” drafted a world-changing document Citing articles via Google Scholar. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Seasons Greetings and Best wishes for just fomasevski peaceful They sit on my office shelf – a reminder of the inspiration that Katarina provided and continues to provide for me.
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The Need for Vigilance. Zhu Lijiang Right to Education: Most recently, she was visiting professor of international law at Peking University in and professor of international law and international relations at the University of Lund from to Cookie information is stored in your browser and performs functions such as recognising you when you return to our website and helping our team to understand which sections of the website you find most interesting and useful.
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Are human rights only in the eyes of the beholder? Katarina became a close friend, colleague and mentor. Sign In or Create an Account. You do not currently have access tomssevski this article. To me, they reflected Katarina personality in many ways — gentle, endearing and resilient. Sign in via your Institution Sign in. It is will be a void that will be hard fill. The contentious issue of Reparations for Slavery seems to be engaging more and more academic interest these days as evident from the followi Katarina was a member of this Review’s Editorial Advisory Board.
Serbia Apologizes for Srebrenica massacre. Dealing with Segregation in Education Fons Coomans. Email alerts New issue alert. The Face of Anonymity and Defiance. The man behind the UDHR. I read with interest a letter by one Tomasevskl Katarina was an avid collector of ornamental turtles which she collected over the years from around the world during her travels. Katarina was born katarlna Yugoslavia in and studied law at the University of Zagreb and at Harvard University.
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A central figure in the development of the Universal Labels africa arts and culture Development education history human rights media politics reflections religion slavery Tributes war and peace world. Our mutual friend Mark Gibney had introduced me to her. Blacks Don’t Deserve Reparations.