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Convention against Discrimination in Education is a multilateral treaty adopted by UNESCO on 14 December 1960 in Paris and came into effect on 22 May 1962, which aims to combat discrimination, cultural or religious assimilation, or racial segregation in the field of education. The Convention also ensures the free choice of religious education and private school, and the right to use or teach their own languages for national minority groups. The Convention prohibits any reservation. The Convention enters into force for each State 12 months after the deposit of instrument of ratification. As of October 2019, 104 states were members of the Convention (China has denounced also in territorial relation to Macau).

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