MALIQE MULOLLI– JAHMURATAJ
Authors country of origin: North Macedonia
Institutional affiliation: Ph.D. Candidate, Governance and Public Administration Branch, South East European University (SEEU)
The education system is built on the concept of being in the service of all citizens of the country without distinction. In Kosovo, the right to education is defined as a category of law and the constitution. As this right is of great interest and importance it reaches even further, it is also a category of human rights and freedoms envisaged in international mechanisms but directly applicable in Kosovo as a universal value.
This paper will address the concept of inclusiveness in the pre-university education system of the Republic of Kosovo as a right viewed within the scope of human rights and freedoms as a universal value of the democratic world. In addition, it will be addressed from the practical aspect of inclusiveness in Kosovo as an unalienable right.
In the view of what this paper is going to reflect to is that it will clearly identify how much inclusiveness is implemented and observed in the pre-university education of the Republic of Kosovo as a category of human rights and freedoms. First of all, it will have a reflection from a close view where does the Republic of Kosovo stand on observation of human rights and freedoms in terms of inclusion in the pre-university education system.
Keywords: inclusion, education system, human rights, legislation, fair policies.
Volume 2.No.2(2019): December
ISSN 2661-2666 (Online) International Scientific Journal Monte (ISJM)
ISSN 2661-264X (Print)
DOI : 10.33807/monte.202004665
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