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Ordinance of Student Rights

Ordinance of Student Rights
Hangul 학생인권조례
Hanja 學生人權條例
Revised Romanization Haksaengingwonjorye
McCune–Reischauer Haksaenginkwŏnchorye

Student Human Rights Ordinance (Korean: 학생인권조례) is an ordinance in operation in some cities and provinces, South Korea, first began in 2010 Gyeonggi and expanded to 2011 Gwangju, 2012 Seoul, and 2013 Jeonbuk (North Jeolla). The primary objective of this ordinance is to guarantee human rights of student and youth in South Korea.[1]

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External links

  • Gyeonggi Student Human Rights Ordinance, National Legislation Information Center (Korean)
  • Gwangju Student Human Rights Ordinance, National Legislation Information Center (Korean)
  • Seoul Student Human Rights Ordinance, National Legislation Information Center (Korean)
  • Jeonbuk Student Human Rights Ordinance, National Legislation Information Center (Korean)
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