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Nov 13

Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its comparison with the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran

What do you know about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?
Do you know about the 30 articles in this statement?
Do you know that these matters are your inherent rights.
Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights stipulates:

1. Education is the right of everyone. Education should, at least in elementary and basic settings, be free of charge to all. Elementary education should be compulsory. Vocational education should also be accessible to all people and equal access to higher education for all individuals based on individual competencies.
2. Education should be aimed at the full development of human personality and the strengthening of the observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms. Education should help develop goodwill, tolerance and friendship among all nations and racial or religious groups as well as United Nations “peace plans”.
3. Parents choose to choose their education for their children.
The right to free and universal education is one of the fundamental rights of citizens, which both the constitution of Iran and the fundamental laws of other countries underline international agreements on free education. According to paragraph 3 of the third principle of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran: Free education and education for all at all levels, as well as the facilitation and generalization of higher education.
A look at the status of education in the society shows that unfortunately, the situation of education in Iran is not desirable. Due to the fact that the educational status and role of education in promoting and developing countries are unfortunately unfavorable, there is little to this issue in Iran.
The presence of children who are at the same time at school at the corner of the street, or those whose permanent jobs are begging for passers-by or those who earn money secretly in manufacturing workshops and service centers, is so high that it is not possible for the public to Not even education officials.
These children are everywhere in the country, such as those who are still alive in some areas because of the poverty of their parents, lose their education, and from the age to the right and left of the family become livelihood.
The right to education and education is a part of human rights recognized internationally and in numerous human rights instruments. Respect for the right to education and training for all citizens, regardless of religious, political, gender or ethnic beliefs, is one of the most important aspects of human rights worldwide. This right should be provided to all individuals without any discrimination and in the cause of human dignity, and governments are required to provide the opportunity for citizens to benefit from education through the use of all available resources.