The right to education in the Lautsi and others v. Italy case (the European Court of Human Rights)

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The article is dedicated to the case Lautsi and Others v. Italy concerning the right for parents to have their children educated in accordance with their religious and other views, set forth in article 2 of Protocol I to the European Convention on Fundamental Rights and Freedoms 1950, the final judgment on which was issued by the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) March 18, 2011. The study is devoted to analysis of the case, including legal, moral and ethical implications of the argument of the Italian Government and the ECHR's decision for the whole European community, including Russia.

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N S Semenova

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Кафедра международного права; Российский университет дружбы народов; Peoples' Friendship University of Russia


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