SELECTED PAPERS




Lungile Buthelezi (Barnato Park High School, Johannesburg, JAR)
Equal Oportunities: Concept and its Implementation
The key question is where is education at present, where do we want it to go, how do we get there and what must we do to get it there. It is generally acknowledged that, in the pre-democratic era, apartheid was a system which empowered white and consciously disempowered blacks in general and Africans in particular. This was particularly the case with the apartheid education system.

Roseline-Ntshingila Khosa (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
DE-RACIALISATION AND INTEGRATION IN SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOOLS: CHALLENGES, INITIATIVES AND OPPORTUNITIES
This paper aims to provide an overview of the process of de-racialisation and integration in South African schools. The paper will first provide an overview of the education system in South Africa by outlining the educational context before 1994 and after 1994.

Dimitrina Petrova (Director of the European Roma Rights Center)
THE ERRC LEGAL STRATEGY TO CHALLENGE RACIAL SEGREGATION AND DISCRIMINATION IN CZECH SCHOOLS
The European Roma Rights Center works to contribute to the development in Central and Eastern Europe of public interest law, which is a conscious attempt to use law as a tool of social change. A major preoccupation of the ERRC is litigation in defense of Roma rights.

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