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Rights, Duties and Responsibilities
Rights, duties and responsibilities
DavidCarr

One can hardly avoid talk of rights and duties in any contemporary discussion of issues of personal and public concern - at all events, in developed liberal democracies. Such talk is certainly embedded in debates about education, schooling and childcare with regard to which any and all acceptable policy-making needs to be mindful of and sensitive to the rights as well as the responsibilities of such diverse stakeholders as children, parents, teachers, social workers and officers of the law. However, it should also not be hard to see that the prospects of any legislation that aspires to do full justice to the rights and claims of all interested parties are likely to be dim in (the not uncommon) ...

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