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    With the United Nations system
    UNESCO and the United Nations have cooperated closely in matters relating to the right to education, including the eradication of illiteracy, the education of youth, and the eradication of discrimination in education.
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    ID: 9432
    Date Added: 2002-11-13 2:33 pm
    Date Modified: 2003-06-16 9:52 am

    In the field of the right to education, a number of activities within the United Nations System can be found in documents and reports available on the respective web-sites. Some of the activities are reproduced in this page.

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