Chapter 5: Human rights education and the Human Rights Council
Unlike the treaty bodies examined in the previous two chapters, the Human Rights Council (HRC) is an inter-governmental body, made up of state representatives, not independent experts. Thus, it is revealing to examine whether there are any similarities between the way HRE is perceived and prioritized by government representatives on a political body, such as the HRC, and the way HRE is perceived and prioritized by experts on treaty committees, such as the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and the Committee on the Rights of the Child.
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