X v United Kingdom: ECHR 1978

(Commission) In the context of the second sentence of Article 2, ‘there is no positive obligation on the State in relation to the second sentence . . to subsidise any particular form of education in order to respect the religions and philosophical beliefs of parents. It is sufficient for the State, in order to comply with its obligations under Article 2, to evidence respect for the religions and philosophical beliefs of parents within the existing and developing system of education.’




European Convention on Human Rights 2


Human Rights

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CitedRegina v Department of Education and Employment ex parte Begbie CA 20-Aug-1999
A statement made by a politician as to his intentions on a particular matter if elected could not create a legitimate expectation as regards the delivery of the promise after elected, even where the promise would directly affect individuals, and the . .
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Human Rights, Education

Updated: 12 May 2022; Ref: scu.187442