As Bosnia and Herzegovina goes through the process of implementing the Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union, the response to discrimination in general, and in the field of education in particular, is an important element in the process of meeting the conditions for accession to the European Union. Considering that education is important for every society as a whole and represents the foundation for its further democratic development and the realization and protection of fundamental human rights and freedoms. A particular challenge for Bosnia and Herzegovina in the EU accession process is the introduction of international standards in the field of education, bearing in mind the complexity of the education system given its constitutional competence in BiH. Exercising the right to education according to domestic and international legal norms implies exercising the right to education without discrimination
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