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Education: A Basic Human Right. ©Kevin Harris Productions 1992
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Education: A Basic Human Right

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Teachers, parents, students and politicians discuss the problems of education in South Africa brought about by apartheid. During their policy conference in May 1992,the ANC made specific commitments to education in South Africa, inter-alia, provision of a minimum of 10years free and compulsory education, provision for those with special learning needs, improving educational quality, ensuring education for young people expelled or having dropped out of school as a consequence of apartheid, provision of adult education, leading to the establishment of a single non-racial, equal and democratic education system.

on this subject: E.F.A International coordination (

Place/Country: South Africa
Type: Documentary
Extract: 6 min. Total length:
Credits: Kevin Harris, director.
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