The Right to be educated; studies to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the adoption by the United Nations of the universal declaration of human rights, December 10, 1948. Edited by Robert F. Drinan. Foreword by Arthur J. Goldberg.

; International Federation of Catholic Universities
Washington, Corpus Books [1968] .

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Other Authors Drinan, Robert F.,
International Federation of Catholic Universities.
Subjects Catholic Church -- Education.
Catholic Church.
Education.
Éducation -- Histoire -- 20e siècle.
Église -- Éducation.
Description xv, 271 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Sponsored by the International Federation of Catholic Universities.
Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 247-262).
Also issued online.
Contents Human rights : the Church speaking to politics / Quentin L. Quade -- Governments and the right to be educated / Carlos A. Sacheri -- Right to be educated -- philosophical reflections / Germain G. Grisez -- Catholic influence on the Universal declaration / Catherine Schaefer -- Is the parental right to educate protected by international law? / Cornelius F. Murphy, Jr. -- Catholic Americans and the future of the public school / Neil McCluskey -- American Catholic higher education and the challenges of the right to know / William V. O'Brien. Right to be educated in the new Africa / Thomas Patrick Melady -- Ecumenical implications of the right to be educated / John B. Sheerin -- Appendices: United Nations' Universal declaration of human rights. Statement of the U.S. Catholic Hierarchy on human rights. Statement of the position of the U.S. YMCA and human rights. Statement of the U.S. Council of Churches on human rights. Statement of the U.S. Jewish Council on human rights.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2482544
(OCoLC)ocm02482544
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