General Comment NO. 23 was adopted by the Human Rights Committee in 1994 to interpret article 27 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. Article 27 of ICCPR is the most widely accepted legally binding provision on minorities and mandates the rights of ethnic, religious and linguistic minority to enjoy their own culture, to profess their own religion, and to use their own language.
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These types of instruction, with a professional instructor and excellent reading materials, can change a person's perspective on their civic activities. I learned that we have to do more if we want a free and democratic country that respects civil rights and international law. I also learned that we have to keep learning, and pass our knowledge on to others, in order to lay the groundwork for the changes we seek for our society.
- Zahra, Democracy Web course graduate